Find the real zeros of the following functions and, then, draw a rough sketch of the graph:
Now let's try this one:
We want to graph a fourth degree polynomial that has real zeros of
-3, 0 (multiplicity 2), 3
It's a 4th degree... So, the basic shape is
Or we could even go with
(No one said it wasn't up-side-down!)
The zeros at -3 and 3 are shoot throughs... and the zero at 0 is a kiss...
Graph a fifth degree polynomial that has real zeros of
-6 (mult 2), -1, 3 (mult 2)
Also, can you write out the official f(x) formula for him?