but b must be positive if it falls less than the origin and c must be negative because when y is zero one of the factors must result in zero, the C is the greaater distance from the origin since and because it is above zero it must be positive to make that factor result in 0

I see that the value of x for b is less than zero so it is ( x+1) lets say, and then the value of x for c must be positive so ( x-6) lets say . I dont see where X =-c for that factor? I see x = +c

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but b must be positive if it falls less than the origin and c must be negative because when y is zero one of the factors must result in zero, the C is the greaater distance from the origin since and because it is above zero it must be positive to make that factor result in 0

Not sure what you’re trying to say here. You are just confirming the answer. What exactly are you saying?

I see that the value of x for b is less than zero so it is ( x+1) lets say, and then the value of x for c must be positive so ( x-6) lets say . I dont see where X =-c for that factor? I see x = +c