what does a "double root at 4" on a graph look like?

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what does a "double root at 4" on a graph look like?

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it means that you have a "parabolic" looking piece of the curve touch the x axis at 4 it doesn't cross over example |dw:1434337453732:dw|
another example |dw:1434337490203:dw|
how do i tell if it goes up or down?

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well if they just told you "double root at 4" there are infinitely many possibilities. There isn't enough info to determine if the "parabola" opens up or down. We also can't determine the degree or shape
btw I'm putting "parabola" in quotes because they aren't true parabolas for polynomials of degree 3 or higher. But they look like parabolas
ok sounds good! thanks!
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