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expanded equivalent and factored form.

graphing calculator, match with the

appropriate graph on the right, and determine

each of the indicated graph characteristics.

Expanded form: 2 # 6 12 16

A

Factored form: 2 1 2 4

-intercepts: ____________________

Expanded form: ( 6 # 9 4 12

B

Factored form: 2 1 3

-intercepts: ____________________

% ( #

Expanded form: 8 16

C

%

Factored form: 4 2 4

-intercepts: ____________________

Expanded form: 8 # 6 7 6

D

Factored form: 3 1 1 2

-intercepts: ____________________

Expanded form: 2 ( 6 # 8 5 6

E

Factored form: 3 1 1 2

-intercepts: ____________________

2 for function B.

Analyze and explain the effect on the graph, when a factor is squared.

2.4 Further Analysis of Polynomial Function Graphs

Warm-Up #2 Below are the graphs of the basic linear, quadratic, cubic, quartic, and quintic functions.

2 7

1

R: R: R: R: R:

1 State the domain for each function and indicate the range (“ R:”) for each above.

Predict the range of the functions @ and A.

2 Describe the effect on the graph at the -intercept of , ; when the degree is even.

If is even, the graph will have a min point The graph will At 4 , 6, etc… the

at 0, 0 and therefore the range is [0 , ∞ . “bounce” at the bounce becomes

-intercept more U-shaped

If is odd, the graph has no max or min point and therefore the range is ∞, ∞ . Point of inflection

And the graph crosses the -axis at the -intercept. If is 3 or greater, we get this shape:

Enrichment: A point of inflection occurs where a curve changes from concave down to concave up (or vice-versa).

Note that this terminology, however interesting, is not in the curriculum! Concave

Concave up

down

For example, the curves of #

and are concave down on the interval < 0 and concave up on > 0.

There is a point of inflection at 0. Also, note how at 5 (and 7, 9, etc) the graph is flatter at the inflection pt.

Warm-Up #3 The functions below all have the form 2 3 , , when 2, 3, 4, and 5.

1 2 7

1 1 1 1

(a) 2 or 4 (b) 3 or 5

your min and max very large!) Predict the effect on the graph at a zero associated with:

An even degree factor _________________ An odd degree ( : 3) factor _________________

Chapter 2 – Polynomial Functions

As we’ve previously seen, each -intercept (zero) on the graph of a polynomial

function relates to a factor in the equation. S

For example, consider the function Q on the right, which has an equation: 0, 12

Q 3 1 2

3, 0 1, 0

The zeros of Q are: 1, , and 2, 0

Notice that:

- Q is degree 4, meaning its graph could theoretically have at most 4 -intercepts.

However as one of the factors is degree 2, the graph has only 3 -intercepts.

Q 3 1 2

in quadrant I.

3, 0 1, 0 2, 0

If we changed it to say 2, giving / 2 3 1 2

…the graph would end negative in quadrant IV, but the -intercepts would 0, 24

remain the same. (they are invariant to this vertical stretch & reflection)

T

Notice that the -intercept (as with all -coordinates) is multiplied by 2.

^

- If we changed the degree of the last factor from 2 to 3, the degree of the

function would now be odd. (That is, 5 instead of 4)

< #

3 1 2

3, 0 1, 0

2, 0

Graph has a “point of inflection” at the

-intercept provided by this factor 0, 24

;

We say that the factor repeats times, and the zero + has a multiplicity of .

As we saw on the previous page, the shape of the graph around a zero relates to its multiplicity.

Zero of

multiplicity 3

Zero of Multiplicity 4, 6, etc

multiplicity 2 (Similar to multiplicity Multiplicity 3, 5, etc

of 2, though “flatter”) (Similar to multiplicity

Zero of multiplicity 1 of 3, though “flatter”)

For example,

Note that the zeros of a function correspond Q 2 1 2 # has zeros at 1 and 2.

to the roots of the related equation. Its graph has -intercepts 1, 0 and 2, 0 .

2 1 2 # 0 has roots of 1 and 2.

2.4 Further Analysis of Polynomial Function Graphs

Each of the graphs below are given by a polynomial function with a leading coefficient of either 1 or 1, and

integer zeros. Determine an equation, in factored form and of minimum degree, for each function.

(a) Q

(b)

1, 12

0, 24 /

For each of the following polynomial functions, determine (without a graphing calculator, if possible) the:

i - The start and end behavior of the graph ii - The coordinates of the and -intercepts

Then, use your calculator to determine the:

iii - Coordinates of any absolute maximum / minimum points (rounded to the nearest hundredth if necessary) ,

and the range of the function.

Sketch each graph

(a) Q 2 2 1 3

(b) Q 2 # 2

Unit 2 – Polynomial Functions

Worked

Example the right, has a -intercept of 0, 36 .

Determine a factored form equation for Q , of

minimum degree.

S

Solution: Q has two zeros, each of which corresponds to a factor. Check on your graphing calculator:

Always include “ ”, representing the vertical stretch Match the window to the

graph above.

S 1

“bounces”, so multiplicity is 2.

Use any point on the graph, here we’re given 0, 36 , to solve for “+”.

Substitute = for and 1@ for . That is, for Q .

Graph, -int.,

1@ + = 2 = 3 matches

36 12+

1 S 1 1

Class Example 2.43 Bringing it all Together –Polynomial Function Equations from Graphs

Each of the graphs below are given by a polynomial function with integer zeros. For each, i – state the minimum

degree of the function, and ii - determine a factored form equation of minimum degree.

(a) (b)

S T

0, 12

0, 16

Page |137

2.4 Practice Questions

1. For each of the following polynomial functions, determine (without a graphing calculator, if possible) the:

i - The start and end behavior of the graph ii - The coordinates of the and -intercepts

Then, use your calculator to determine the:

iii - Coordinates of any absolute maximum / minimum points (rounded to the nearest hundredth if necessary)

iv - Domain and range of the function Sketch each graph

(a) 2 4 1 1

(b) #

4 2 1

approach to determine the zeros

Chapter 2 – Polynomial Functions

i - Degree of the function

ii Start and end behavior of the graph

iii Coordinates of the and -intercepts

- - Shape of the graph around each -intercept (crosses, “bounces”, or crosses with point of inflection)

iv

Then, use your calculator to determine the:

v - Coordinates of any maximum / minimum points (rounded to the nearest hundredth if necessary)

vi - Domain and range of the function

Sketch the graph

1. (a) i - Graph starts negative in quadrant III and ends negative in quadrant IV.

ii - -intercepts at 4, 0 , 1, 0 and 1,0 , and -intercept at 0, 8

iii - Maximum point at approximately 3.15, 32.61

iv - Domain is 3 ∈ ℝ6, Range is 3 | 0 32.61, ∈ ℝ6

(b) i - Graph starts negative in quadrant III and ends positive in quadrant I.

ii - -intercepts at 4, 0 , 1, 0 and 2,0 , and -intercept at 0, 8

iii - Odd degree function (5), so no maximum or minimum point

iv - Domain is 3 ∈ ℝ6, Range is 3 ∈ ℝ6

(c) i - Graph starts positive in quadrant II and ends negative in quadrant IV.

ii - -intercepts at 0, 0 and 4,0 , and -intercept at 0, 0

iii - Odd degree function (3), so no maximum or minimum point

iv - Domain is 3 ∈ ℝ6, Range is 3 ∈ ℝ6

2.4 Further Analysis of Polynomial Function Graphs

Determine an equation of minimum degree for each, in factored form. (Do not expand out)

^

(a) (b) 1, 32

0, 45

(c) (d)

3, 20

0, 24

B

2. i - Degree 4 0.64, 62.84

ii - Graph starts negative in quadrant III and ends negative in quadrant IV. 1

,0 0, 36

2

iii - -intercepts at 3, 0 , 1/2, 0 and 4/3,0 , and -intercept at 0, 36

3, 0 4/3, 0

iv - Graph “bounces” at 3, crosses at 1/2 and 4/3

v - Maximum point at approximately 0.64, 62.84

vi - Domain is 3 ∈ ℝ6, Range is 3 | 0 62.84 ∈ ℝ6

Chapter 2 – Polynomial Functions

4. The graph on the right is of a function with integral intercepts and with an

equation that can be written in the form

/ + ( C # b k /.

Determine the values of + and /. 1, 32

5. For each of the polynomial function graphs below, assume the minimum degree to determine:

i The degree of the function ii The sign of the leading coefficient (pos or neg)

iii The values of and , if each function has an equation form: 1

(a) (b)

Exam

Style function Q + 2 l C # , where + < 0, C > 0, and ∈ ℕ.

1 If is even, the graph extends down into quadrant 3 and down into quadrant 4.

2 Q has exactly two -intercepts.

3 If is odd, the -intercept is negative.

4 If is odd, the graph will have a maximum value.

5 If is even, the graph will be below the -axis immediately to the left and right of the -intercept 2, 0 .

6 If is even, the graph will have a range 3 0 n, ∈ ℝ6, where n is the max

value of the function.

NR The student was correct with observations numbered ____, ____, and ____.

3. (a) / 3 5 1 3 (b) < 2 3 2 (c) * 2 #

1 3

(d) 4 2 2 #

2.4 Further Analysis of Polynomial Function Graphs

7. The graph of a polynomial function shown below has integer value and intercepts.

Exam

Style

An equation for the function of minimum degree has the form

1 o

Q b k

+

8. The function Q above in question 7 has a range of ∞, 5.65]. A new function is defined by

< / 0.5 3. Determine the range and -intercepts of the graph of < :

Range: -intercepts:

9. For each polynomial function described below, determine the (i) minimum possible degree and

(ii) sign (pos. or neg.) of the leading coefficient.

Function #1, * , has the following Function #2, / , has a graph with the following

characteristics characteristics

P 0 64 a factor of multiplicity of 2.

Two negative -intercepts, from factors of

A maximum value of 66

unknown multiplicity.

P 0 225 The range / is 3 ∈ ℝ6

coefficient: coefficient:

4. + 2, / 144 5. (a) i 4 ii Negative iii 1, 3 (b) i 5 ii Positive iii 3, 2

6. 245

Chapter 2 – Polynomial Functions

10. For each of the polynomial functions described below, provide the sketch of a possible graph.

(a) / is a third-degree polynomial function

with one real zero of multiplicity 2 and with (a)

a negative leading coefficient.

(b)

(b) * is a fourth-degree polynomial function

with one real zero of multiplicity 3 and with

a negative leading coefficient.

with one real zero of multiplicity 3 and with

a positive leading coefficient.

Exam An equation for / can be written in the form: 18

Style 0,

2 o 5

/ 1 q

5 1,0

NR The value of in the equation of / is ____.

7. 32 8. Range: [ 2.65, ∞ -intercepts: 4, 0 , 2, 0 , and 6, 0 .

9. Function 1: i 4 ii negative Function 2: i 5 ii positive

2.4 Further Analysis of Polynomial Function Graphs

The graph has -intercepts at 2, 0 and 3, 0

The graph passes through the point 4, 144

The function has an equation * + ( C # b 432

A. 3

Exam

Style

B. 4

C. 3

D. 4

Exam

Style right, has a factor of 2 .

The expanded form equation is:

2 1

T = 2 2 , ∈e

NR When the function is written T , +, ∈e

the value of + is ____.

Practice Question Answers from the previous page and this page

10. (a) Your graph should start pos. in quad II and end neg. in quad IV, with two -ints, one that “bounces”

(b) Graph should start neg in quad III and end neg in IV, with two -ints, one that’s a point of inflection

(c) Graph should start neg in quad III and end pos in I, with either two (if one bounces) or three

-ints, one that’s a point of inflection.

11. 3

12. B 13. 4

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