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Unformatted text preview: Squares are always positive. This means that the x-intercept corresponding to an even-multiplicity zero can't cross the x-axis Ex (x - 4) (x - 4) End Behavior: N is even, a > 0 N is odd, a >0 N is even, a < 0 N is odd, a < 0 Finding the polynomial from the graph: Factor Using Synthetic Division: Ex. Factor x + 7x - x 7, zero = -7...
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