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Create your own polynomial with a degree greater than 2. Attach the graph to the word document and find the zeros of the function. (3 points)

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eh...ever try wolframalpha.com? Just use em notes.
I dont need the second part
oh, that makes it simpler then...

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er...anything specific? If i try more I'l jsut give yo uthe answer (lerlz)
if you want, I'd suggest using calculushelp and calculusphobe videos (google it, not youtube)
the websites.
I dont understand what it means with a degree of 2 thing
oh wait nvm sorry my dad just explained it
lol your dad is a good man
...is that all you need?
I dont need the answer but can you explain how to graph the function f(x) = (x + 3)3
uh.
maybe you should as a new question to attract more users.
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but you have to multiply it first
ok thanks I will
then, you should be able to find an equation that is easy to graph. keep up the good work eh

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