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### The polynomial function f(x) = 10×6 + 7x – 7 is graphed below.

According to the rational roots theorem, which is a possible root at point P?

**The Correct Answer is**

**The root at point P may be 7/10.**

### Reason Explained

The root at point P may be 7/10. is correct for The polynomial function f(x) = 10×6 + 7x – 7 is graphed below.

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