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How do you show that if f(t) has a zero t_0 of multiplicity n, then f'(t) has a zero at t_0 of multiplicity EXACTLY n -1?

I can prove that the multiplicity is at least n-1 but I am having trouble with the exactly part...

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# Homework Help: Multiplicities of zeroes

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