We know these things about polynomial function f(x): it has degree 3, the leading coefficient is negative, and it has zeros at x= -5, -1,3. Sketch a graph of f(x) given this information

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We know these things about polynomial function f(x): it has degree 3, the leading coefficient is negative, and it has zeros at x= -5, -1,3. Sketch a graph of f(x) given this information

There's missing information. What does f(x) approach as x approaches negative infinity and infinity?

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step-by-step explanation:

Sorry I don’t know the answer I am just answering to see something about my points because they are negative and I am trying something I am so sorry the answer is

1st is odd, negative

2nd is even, negativee

Step-by-step explanation:

just checked on edge

roots of a polynomial are (x-c1)(x-c2)(x-c3) (x-cn). Basically, plug every root you have into a (x-__) and then multiply them all together. Just be careful of signs. If your root is positive, it is written as (x-__). If your root is negative, it is written (x+__)

I got x^5-5x^4+5x^3+5x^2-6x

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