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#1**+1 **

Are you trying to solve those questions before sending them here?

here's a method for finding end behaviors:

When we have a polynomial P(x)=a_{n}*x^{n}+...+a_{0} and we want to find the end behaviors of the polynomial, we can instead find the end behaviors of the polynomial a_{n}*x^{n}. __The end behaviors will stay the same.__

for example: if the polynomial is 2x^{4}+x^{3}+1 and we want to find the end behaviors we can replace the polynomial with the polynomial 2x^{4} and find the end behaviors for this polynomial instead.

PLEASE try solving this question, at least try to solve the end behavior part.

Guest Sep 12, 2018

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#3**-1 **

wow...I am trying to solve them. I always do. I just don't put my answers because I know they will end up being wrong and I'll look dumb.

RainbowPanda
Sep 12, 2018

#5**+2 **

She's trying as hard as she can to understand this stuff....maybe she is home-schooled...if so....I can see why it's difficult !!!

Don't judge someone until you have walked in their shoes......

CPhill
Sep 12, 2018

#6**0 **

No one is going to think that your answers are dumb. However, some people might think that you're lazy.

Here's another tip for finding end behaviors:

when the polynomial is with degree n larger than 0 and the leading coefficient is b, then:

the end behavior in infinity will be +infinity if b is positive and -infinity if b is negative

the end behavior in minus infinity will be +infinity if b is negative and n is odd or if b is positive and n is even, and -infinity otherwise (when b is positive and n is odd and when b is negative and n is even)

Guest Sep 12, 2018

#4**+3 **

Domain, Range : (-inf, inf)

Relative max : (0,6)

Relative min : (2.333, - 6.704)

End behavior : - inf at left end.....+ inf at right end

Increasing intervals = (-inf, 0) U (2.333, inf)

Decreasing interval = (0, 2.333)

Here's the graph, RP : https://www.desmos.com/calculator/ovzplqomhc

CPhill Sep 12, 2018

#9**-1 **

Thanks ^-^ the only thing I actually get right is the domain and range lol and sometimes the end behavior

RainbowPanda
Sep 12, 2018