medal! describe the end behavior of each function.

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\[f(x)=-x^4+x^2+4\]
it is apolynomial, of 4th order, take a look at this... https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomials-behave.html all the info you need should be there, but feel free to ask if you don't understand something :D
so for this one the answer would be that both sides are going down?

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\[f(x)=x^3-4x^2+7\]
and this one, the left side would be going down while the right side would be going up?
yes, the first one only has even grades, and the bigger has a negative coefficient, so its branches go down
awesome, thank you!
yeah! you are right about the second one too! you can also graph them using just google, you can put this: x^3-4*x^2+7 in google's search bar and you should get a graph :)
coolio. thanks!
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