Find the equation to the pair of lines - coordinate geometry, Mathematics

1. Find the number of zeroes of the polynomial y = f(x) whose graph is given in figure.

2 Find the circumcentre of the triangle whose vertices are (-2, -3), (-1, 0) and (7,-6). (3,-3)

3. Find the equation to the pair of lines passing through (2,-3) and perpendicular to 3x² - 2xy - 4y² = 0.

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