## Write a polynomial function, with 5 zeros, with one zero with a multiplicity of 3, and one zero with a multiplicity of 2

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:This is an openended question, but the anwer would be the following (where a and b are different real numbers)

This would make the roots a (multiplicity of 2) and b (multipicity of 3).