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    Graph the function f(x) = –x^3 + 2 Use complete sentences to explain the process of graphing f(x) = –x^3 + 2 What is the end behavior of f(x) = –x^3 + 2 ?

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    |dw:1359187223800:dw|

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    we know that the graph of x^3 is

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    im so confused on this question. its rediculous... :(

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    |dw:1359187389288:dw|

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    now the graph of -x^3 will be

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    |dw:1359187475538:dw|

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    adding 2 to the graph we get

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    |dw:1359187551841:dw|

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    now form the final graph we can see the end behavior that when x approaches to +infinity f(x) approaches to -infinity and when x approaches to -infinity f(x) approaches to +infinity

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    okk. thankyou..can you explain in words the process of graphing? im still kind of confused even after seeing your drawings (which were excelent and clear btw, which i really appreciate)

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    ok

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    take the equation f(x)= -x^3+2 put x= 0 in it we get f(0) = 0+2 = 2 we got this point (0,2) plot this point now start putting positive values (1,2,3,4,....) in x and compute f(x) now put negative values(-1,-2,-3,-4,.....) in x and compute f(x) you will get many points in this way plot all those points on a graph paper and you are done

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    thankyou soo much you have no idea how hard this is for me. i have one more question if you wouldnt mind answering it..i will post it as a new question if you are willing to give it a shot?

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    sure

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    ok i will post it in a second..thank you

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