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Robert Mia

Factored Form: Factored Form:


f(x)=(4+x)(x+6)(3+x)(x+2) f(x)=(x+3)(x-6)(x+5)(x+4)(x-2)
Standard Form: Standard Form:

f(x)=x^4+15x^3+80x^2+180x+144 f(x)= x5 + 4x4 − 37x3 − 172x2 + 84x + 720


Table of Values: Table of Values:

X Y X Y
-6.5 19.6875 -6 -576
-6 0 -4.5 25.59375
-5.3 -6.9069 -3.5 -19.59375
-4 0 -2 192
-3 0 -1 540
-2 0 0 720
-2.4 -1.3824 1 600
-1.75 2.9882813 2 0
-1 30 3 -1008
-.75 47.988281 5 -2160

● Degree:4 ● Degree: 5
● Domain:(-infinity,+infinity) ● Domain:(-infinity,+infinity)
● Range:(-infinity,+infinity) ● Range:(-infinity, +infinity)
● End Behavior:
● As ● End Behavior:
x→+infinity,f(x)-->+infinity As x —>+infinity,f(x)—>-infinity
● As x→-infinity,f(x)-->+infinity As x —>-infinity,f(x)—>-infinity
● Increase Interval:(-5.2,-3.5)U ● Increasing Intervals:(-infinity,21.25)
● Decrease ● Decreasing Intervals:(21.25,-20)
Interval:(-infinity,-5.2)U(-3.5,1 ● Roots:(-5,0)(-4,0)(-3,0)(2,0)(6,0)
) ● Y-Intercept: (0,720)
● Roots:(-2,0)(-3,0)(-4,0)(-6,0) ● Extrems
● Y-Intercept:(0,141) ○ Absolute: None
● Extrems ○ Relative: Max: (-4.75, 21.25)
1. Absolute:(-5.3,-6.9) Min: (-3.5,-20)
2. Relative
Min:(-2.4,-1.3)
3. Relative Max:(-4,1)

Adrian:
Factored Form:
f(x)=-(x+5)(x-2)(x+4)(x+9)(x-3)
Standard Form:
Table of Values:

X Y

-2 -840

-1.2 -1.5

-1.5 -1033.5938

-1.7 -963.52773

-1 -1152

0 -1080

0.5 -881.71875

1 -600

1.2 -473.54112

2 0

Degree:5
Domain:(-Infinity,+Infinity)
Range:(-Infinity, +Infinity)
End Behavior: As x approaches - Infinity, f(x) approaches + Infinity As x approaches + Infinity,
f(x) approaches - Infinity
Increasing Intervals: (-1350 to 50) U (-1900 to 135)
Decreasing Intervals: (- Infinity to -1350) U ( 50 to -1900) U ( 135 to + Infinity)
Roots: -5,2,-4,-9,3
Y-Intercept: (0,-1080)
Extrema: 4

Questions
1. You can find the degree of a function by looking at the greatest exponent. For example,
if the greatest exponent is 5 then the degree will be 5.
2. You made the domain by looking at the inputs shown on the x-axis. You can find the
range by looking at the inputs shown on the y-axis.
3. You can find the end behavior of a function by splitting the graph in half. Then you look
at the left half and say As x—> -infinity,f(x)—>___. Same with the right half(As x—>
+infinity,f(x)—>___) and fill in the blank depending on the function.
4. You know it’s decreasing when the x values increase and the y values decrease. You
must find domain values where all critical values occur.
5. We used synthetic division and P/Q.
6. To find the y-int of a function you need to let x=0. You need to substitute 0 into the
equation.