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What is the degree of the polynomial that generates the given data?

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    Not really a good question. What is the LEAST degree of a polynomial that could generate the data? That woudl be a better question. Let's see... 108-1344 = -1236 -1442-(-126) = -1316 It's not linear. As least 2. Five points, so we KNOW it can be done with a 4th Degree. (Why?) The question is, then, is it 2, 3, or 4? Since it is ONLY decreasing, for increasing 'x', we must conclude 3. (Why?)

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    i don't know why thats why im asking you

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    and that wasn't the answer it was 1

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    NonResponsive. I ask questions for you to think, not for you to decline to think. Anyway, 1 is definitely not correct.

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