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I'm looking thru my old notes now, but I can't find anything that could help.

I simplified the equation so: g(x)=3x^2(x^2+1)

I was thinking apq, but I don't know if that applies to this.

why do u have 2 equal signs to one function?

Oops.

g(x)=3x^4-3x^2 My bad.

\[g(x)=3x ^{4}-3x ^{2}\] If you want a cleaner version.

use a graphing calc

3x^2(x^2-1)
you plug in points frankly :-/
it looks like a x^2 graph.

So I just plug in values? That's feels "brute". There's no other way?

@ Mario; I'm studying for an exam. I don't get those.

we get to use graph calcs on my exams

plug in pounts. their are zeroes at 0, 1,-1.

the rest is just brute force plugging. yes. that's how it works.

Oh well. I was looking for some equation rearranging. Would that work?

Lucky Mario.

yet i still did poorly lol

IF possible, please give an explaination of how to dervie the graph from teh equatioon.