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# Let $f$, $g$, and $h$ be polynomials such that $h(x) = f(x)\cdot g(x)$. If the constant term of $f(x)$ is $-4$ and the constant term of $h(x 0 93 1 Let $$f$$$$g$$, and $$h$$ be polynomials such that $$h(x) = f(x)\cdot g(x)$$. If the constant term of f(x) is -4 and the constant term of h(x) is 3, what is g(0)? Apr 20, 2021 ### Best Answer #1 +507 +1 we only have to find the constant of g for this problem: -4$\cdot$c=3 c=-3/4 therefore, g(0) = 0x^2+0x-3/4=$\boxed{-\dfrac34}$Apr 20, 2021 ### 1+0 Answers #1 +507 +1 Best Answer we only have to find the constant of g for this problem: -4$\cdot$c=3 c=-3/4 therefore, g(0) = 0x^2+0x-3/4=$\boxed{-\dfrac34}\$

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