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Investigating Graphs of Polynomial Functions Example 5: Art Application An artist plans to construct an open box from a 15 in. 3.3 Graphs of Polynomial Functions 177 The horizontal intercepts can be found by solving g(t) = 0 (t −2)2 (2t +3) =0 Since this is already factored, we can break it apart: 2 2 0 ( 2)2 0 t t t or 2 3 (2 3) 0 − = + = t t We can always check our answers are reasonable by graphing the polynomial. h�bbd``b`Z $�� �r$� Section 4.8 Analyzing Graphs of Polynomial Functions 213 To use this principle to locate real zeros of a polynomial function, fi nd a value a at which the polynomial function is negative and another value b at which the function is positive. Graphs of Polynomial Functions NOTES ----- Multiplicity The multiplicity of root r is the number of times that x – r is a factor of P(x). The graphs below show the general shapes of several polynomial functions.
Use a graphing calculator to verify your answers. Identifying Graphs of Polynomial Functions Work with a partner. The graphs show the maximum number of times the graph of each type of polynomial may cross the x-axis. Steps To Graph Polynomial Functions 1. Exploring Graphs of Polynomial Functions Instructions: You will be responsible for completing this packet by the end of the period. View Graphs Polynomial Functions NOTES.pdf from BIO 101 at Wagner College. Notice in the figure below that the behavior of the function at each of the x-intercepts is different. H��W]o�8}����)i�-Ф�N;@��C�X(�g7���������O�r�}�e����~�{x��qw{ݮv�ի�7�]��tkvy��������]j��dU�s�5�U��SU�����^�v?�;��k��#;]ү���m��n���~}����Ζ���`�-�g�f�+f�b\�E� Students may draw the graph of a quadratic function that stays above the -axis such as the graph of : ;= + . 52 0 obj
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