How do i graph the polynomial function:f(x) = -x^(3) - 2
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Find three sets that solve the equation
Find the basic shape of a cubic. Move it down two units and reflect it about the x axis since the coefficient of the x^3 term is negative.
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I'm having hard time remembering but I'll see what I can do, first replace the x with a number lets say 1 so the equation would look like this f(x)=-1^(3)-2..... f(x)=-1-2.......f(x)=3, so the set is (1,3), keep doing this till you get three sets then check.
P.S. To those who might answer after me if I did something wrong tell me.
so i can pick any number to use?
from what I remember yes just make sure you don't screw up when you solve the equation that could throw you off.
give me an example and I'll see if your doing it right