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

 

Please explain the answer, because I would like to know how you arrive at the solution

 Oct 26, 2019
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f(-1) = 15, f(0) = 0 , f(-1) = 5, and f(2) = 12   ????

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 Oct 26, 2019
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nvm i got the answer, but it's f(1)= -5

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

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 Oct 26, 2019

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