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  • CHAPTER 3 3-7 investigating graphs of polynomial functions
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  • SAT Problem of the day
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  • Objectives Use properties of end behavior to analyze, describe, and graph polynomial functions. Identify and use maxima and minima of polynomial functions to solve problems.
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  • Graphs of polynomial functions Polynomial functions are classified by their degree. The graphs of polynomial functions are classified by the degree of the polynomial. Each graph, based on the degree, has a distinctive shape and characteristics.
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  • End Behavior What is end behavior? End behavior is a description of the values of the function as x approaches infinity (x +) or negative infinity (x ). The degree and leading coefficient of a polynomial function determine its end behavior. It is helpful when you are graphing a polynomial function to know about the end behavior of the function.
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  • Types of end behavior
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  • Example #1 Identify the leading coefficient, degree, and end behavior. A. Q(x) = x 4 + 6x 3 x + 9 Solution: The leading coefficient is 1, which is negative. The degree is 4, which is even. As x , P(x) , and as x +, P(x) . B. P(x) = 2x 5 + 6x 4 x + 4 Solution: The leading coefficient is 2, which is positive. The degree is 5, which is odd. As x , P(x) , and as x +, P(x) +.
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  • Example#2 Identify the leading coefficient, degree, and end behavior. a. P(x) = 2x 5 + 3x 2 4x 1 Solution: The leading coefficient is 2, which is positive. The degree is 5, which is odd. As x , P(x) , and as x +, P(x) +.
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  • Student guided practice Do problems 2 -5 in your book page 201
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  • Example#3 Identify whether the function graphed has an odd or even degree and a positive or negative leading coefficient. As x , P(x) +, and as x +, P(x) . P(x) is of odd degree with a negative leading coefficient.
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  • Example#4 Identify whether the function graphed has an odd or even degree and a positive or negative leading coefficient. P(x) is of odd degree with a negative leading coefficient.
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  • Example#5 Identify whether the function graphed has an odd or even degree and a positive or negative leading coefficient. P(x) is of even degree with a positive leading coefficient.
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  • Student guided practice Do problems 6-9 in your book page 201
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  • Graphing Polynomial functions Now that you have studied factoring, solving polynomial equations, and end behavior, you can graph a polynomial function.
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  • Example#6 Graph the function. f(x) = x 3 + 4x 2 + x 6.
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  • Example#7 Graph the function. f(x) = x 3 2x 2 5x + 6.
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  • Student guided practice Do problems 10 and 11 in your book page 201
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  • What is a turning point ? A turning point is where a graph changes from increasing to decreasing or from decreasing to increasing. A turning point corresponds to a local maximum or minimum.
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  • Example#7 Graph f(x) = 2x 3 18x + 1 on a calculator, and estimate the local maxima and minima.
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  • Example#8 Graph g(x) = x 3 2x 3 on a calculator, and estimate the local maxima and minima.
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  • Art application An artist plans to construct an open box from a 15 in. by 20 in. sheet of metal by cutting squares from the corners and folding up the sides. Find the maximum volume of the box and the corresponding dimensions.
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  • Student guided practice Do problems 12 and 13 in your book page 201
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  • Homework!! Do even problems form 15 to 30 in your book page 201 and 202
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  • Closure Today we learned how to graph a polynomial function and also to get maximum and minimum values. Next class we are going to learn about transforming polynomial functions

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