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alright graph that equation first

hmm

so what is the x-intercept

https://www.desmos.com/
use this calculator
or replace y by 0 solve for x

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what is the end behavior

\[\huge\rm Ax^3+Bx^2+Cx+D\]
A is leading coefficient
3 is highest degree

so 3

what about 3 ?

the end behavior

nope highest degree is 3
what about leading is it negative or positive ?

leading coefficient *

postive

yes so right side will rise and left side will fall

this is the graph http://prntscr.com/7uthm4
of x^3 +15x^2 +68x-96

(3,0) x -int

yep one x-intercept is 3 there are more..

how many times graph is crossing the x-axis
or highest degree represent the number of x-intercept

highest degree is 3 so = 3 x-intercept

so what about y-int

or \[\huge\rm y =x^3 +15x^2 +68x-96\]
or replace x by 0 solve for y

y-int (1,8)

nope when line cross y-axis x equal to 0
so x is 0

i cant find it

replace x by 0 let me know what you get

(0,8 )

how did you get 8 ?

show your work plz

i keep on looking at desoms graph

can tell me what it is

did you graph it on desmos ??

yes

okay hit the zoom out button you will see the point

0,-96

yes

ii just need the end behavior

read the my comments again you will find out

increasing because the leading coefficient is positive

both ends are increasing ?

yup your right

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