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The polynomial $f(x)$ has degree 3. If $f(-1) = 15$, $f(0)= 0$, $f(1) = -5$, and $f(2) = 12$, then what are the $x$-intercepts of the graph of $f$?

 Apr 2, 2018
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The polynomial $f(x)$ has degree 3. If $f(-1) = 15$, $f(0)= 0$, $f(1) = -5$, and $f(2) = 12$, then what are the $x$-intercepts of the graph of $f$?

 

see answer: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help-please-i-asked-2days-ago-this-is-due-thursday

 

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 Apr 4, 2018

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