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Assignment19 - NAME UFID Suggested Exercises 19 Lecture 21...

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NAME: _____________________________ UFID - ___ ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ Suggested Exercises 18 – Page 1 of 4 Suggested Exercises 19 – Lecture 21 When turning in this assignment, this sheet must be stapled to the front with all ORGANIZED scratch work behind it. Please write your final answers on this sheet in the answer block provided and circle your final answers on your scratch work copy. Scratch work should be appropriately spaced apart and numbered. In the following exercises identify the 1) Leading Coefficient, 2) y-intercept, and 3) degree of the polynomial function. Ex ) 14g1876 g2871 −11g1876 g2870 −14g1876−10 Leading Coefficient: 14 (It’s the number multiplying the highest power of x) y-intercept: (0,-10 ) (Evaluate at g1876 =0 , you’ll see it’s the constant term [no variables attached]) degree: 3 (it’s the highest power that appears on any g1876 ) 1) 8g1876 g2872 −7g1876 g2870 −4g1876−13 Leading Coefficient: __________________ y-intercept: (0, __________ ) degree: ________________ 2) 3g1876 g2870 −2g1876+1 Leading Coefficient: __________________ y-intercept: (0, __________ ) degree: ________________ 3) −17g1876 g2870 −13g1876 g2871 −19 Leading Coefficient: __________________ y-intercept: (0, __________ ) degree: ________________ 4) 12g1876 g2871 −4g1876 g2870 +9g1876+15g1876 g2873 +18g1876
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