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Part A - Multiple Choice [K/U - 20 marks]
1. If the leading coefficient of an odd-degree polynomial function is negative, then the function extends from the second
quadrant to the fourth quadrant; that is, as
x -> co, y -> -co and as x -> -co, y -> co
x ->-co, y -> co and as x -> co, y -> co
X -> -c, y -> -co and as x -> co, y -> co
x -> -co, y -> -co and as x -> co, y ->-co

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