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@dpaInc Need help with precalc?:D http://puu.sh/1pF4v

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    Part a) if you were walking on the graph from left to right, on what intervals will you be going up hill?

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    part b) if you were walking on the graph from left to right, at what point/s will you be in the valley of two hills

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    part(c) does this look like a cubic, -cubic, squared, or -squared function?

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    you here? @Lukecrayonz

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    yes

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    @zzr0ck3r a negative cubic function

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    and for d? I have the other answers

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    so negative.

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    and since they go in opposite directions, its either 5, 7 or 9?

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    well not really, it looks like a cubic because it looks like the highest power in the long run. for this you need to see how many times it changes from decreasing to increasin and vice versa, this number will always be smaller than the degree

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    4 critical points, right?

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    well i guess you are right also...:)

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    4 critical points, odd negative graph means that it has to be 5 7 9 etc etc

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    yes, just understand that it could not be 3

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    Luke!!! I am your father...

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