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Below is shown the graph of the polynomial $P$ in green and in red are shown the zeros (x-intercepts on the graph) and the given point. As an exercise, select points on the graph and use the standard form of the polynomial to check, by calculations, that these points are on the graph of $P$.(Change scales if necessary)