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1.Graph the function f(x) = (x + 3)3 by hand and describe the end behavior.

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Did you manage to get those previous questions using the quadratic equation?
were you working them out by hand or using wolfram alpha?

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i used the method and by hand.
quick question: what is the quadratic equation?
an equation that is the highest power of an unknown quantity is a square.
i mean what's the formula you were using?
can someone help me with this question its getting kind of late and i dont plan on being on here all night.
you didn't actually solve the other ones did you
lying about math makes the baby jesus cry :(
whats the quadratic equation? post it
i think she is letting other people do her homework

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