construct a polynomial with the following properties: Third degree, zeros at 1,2,3, and passes through the point (4,12)
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A third degree polynomial takes the form: where the r's are the zeros. Can you finish? -Dan
but what do you do with the point? my teacher only showed us how to do it in the (...)(...) format not with three of them would this be right? p(x)=2(x-1)(x-2)(x-3)
Last edited by kimmyp1001; Nov 13th 2017 at 01:54 PM.
When you plug in 4 for x, do you get 12 for p(x)? If you do, then you got it!
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