A real number \alpha is said to be a zero of the polynomial p(x), if ___________.

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Q 2919356219.     A real number \alpha is said to be a zero of the polynomial p(x), if ___________.
A

p(\alpha) = 0

B

p(\alpha) = 1

C

p(\alpha) = x

D

p(\alpha) = \alpha

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