Polynomials Expanded By: Maya Leonard & Tekira Morris Polynomial Song Vocabulary Multiplicity Quiz Time Quiz Topic Ansewers End Behavior-- what happens to the

graph as x approaches -oo & +oo The number of times a x-intercept

(root/zero) is repeated.

Ex. y=(x-2)^4----2 has a multipicity of 4 We shall discuss graphing polynomials

and how factoring is important with

graphing.

But while you wait please view this video

of a blues/hip hop beat.

Sit back and relax and maybe wear

ear plugs!!! :) :P How many numbers does it take to get

to infinity on a graph?

How do you get up and down on the

graph?

How do you get down and down on the graph? Is y=(x-5)^4 a pass through or bounce?

Is y=(x-6)^3 a pass through or bounce? multiplicity

*even~> "bounce"

*odd~> pass through *A continuous number that goes either up or down

*L.C is negative & H.P is Odd

By the way L.C is leading Coefficient and H.P is Highest Power.

*Bounce

*Pass through GRAPH THAT POLYNOMIAL

WORDS BY: JOHN A. CARTER

TUNE: "SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT"

Refrain: Graph that polynomial.

Graph it here and right now.

Just sketch that polynomial,

Hope you don't forget just how.

The first thing you ask yourself,

"is it even or odd degree?"

In other words, do its ends do this

or do they do one of these?

(Refrain)

The next thing you have to locate

is the y-intercept.

This point's not too hard to find,

just sub zero in x.

(Refrain)

The next thing you have to find

are the x-intercepts.

Set each factor equal to zero,

then solve each for x.

(Refrain)

The next thing you ask yourself,

"Are these roots evens or odds?"

Does it pass on through or 'sit bounce back from

those x-intercept dots?

(Refrain)

The last thing you have to find

where's the max/min in here?

To answer this, you will need the Calculus.

You'll learn this next year!

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