PolynomiaLs- <br />Madison Lee.<br />
explanatiOn-<br />A polynomial is a function of the form, all real numbers and all the exponents are all whole numbers.<br...
DefinitiOns-<br />A degree is the exponents added together in an equation. Ex- (x+1)2 (x-2) (x-3) The degree would be 4 be...
ExampLe-<br />Example- <br />Y= 2(x+4)(x-5)2<br />Zeros(include multiplicity) -4 Mult of 2,5. Degree- 3 (odd) Left EB- dow...
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Polynomia ls

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  • 1. PolynomiaLs- <br />Madison Lee.<br />
  • 2. explanatiOn-<br />A polynomial is a function of the form, all real numbers and all the exponents are all whole numbers.<br />First you are given an equation you are to find the zeros, degree, left and right end behavior and after finding all of the following you graph it. <br />If your degree is an odd number then one arrow points up and one arrow points down.<br />If your degree is an even number then your arrows are both going up. <br />If your degree is a negative and an a even number both arrows go down. <br />If your degree is a negative and an odd number then one arrow is up and one arrow is down.<br />
  • 3. DefinitiOns-<br />A degree is the exponents added together in an equation. Ex- (x+1)2 (x-2) (x-3) The degree would be 4 because in the first parenthesis there is 2, in the second there is 1 and in the third there is 1. <br />Root Behavior is the ways the line passes through the x-int. There are 3 different ways the line can pass through the x- int. The three ways are pass through, bounce off and squiggle through. <br />
  • 4. ExampLe-<br />Example- <br />Y= 2(x+4)(x-5)2<br />Zeros(include multiplicity) -4 Mult of 2,5. Degree- 3 (odd) Left EB- down Right EB- up<br />So the arrows in your graph, one would be going up and one would be going down.<br />

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