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3.4_Transformations_of_Cubic_and_Quartic_Functions.notebook 1 September 28, 2009 Unit 3: Polynomial Functions 3.4 Characteristics of Cubic and Quartic Functions Recall: Cubic: f(x) = x 3 Quartic: f(x) = x 4 Example 1: (a) Describe the transformations that have been applied to each parent function. (b) Graph the transformed function. (c) If (4, -64) was a point on the graph of y = x 3 , find the co- ordinate of the image point on the transformed cubic function
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Unformatted text preview: above. (i) y = 3( x- 4) 3- 5 (ii) 3.4_Transformations_of_Cubic_and_Quartic_Functions.notebook 2 September 28, 2009 Example 2: Determine the x-intercepts for the following polynomial functions. (a) (b) Homework page 155 #2(pair share), 3bd, 4abe, 5a, 6acf, 8, 9ace, 11 Attachments cubic trans.gsp quartic trans.gsp...
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