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**Parameterizing Functions Called by Function Functions**

At times, you might want use a function function that calls a function with several parameters. For example, if you want to use `fzero`

to find zeros of the cubic polynomial *x*^{3}` + `

*bx*` + `

*c* for different values of the coefficients *b* and *c*, you would like the function that computes the polynomial to accept the additional parameters *b* and *c*. When you invoke `fzero`

, you must also provide values for these additional parameters to the polynomial function. This section describes two ways to do this:

Example: Double Integration | Providing Parameter Values Using Nested Functions |

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