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    polynomial numbers

    Problem, i got to solve a graph algebracly. I don't know how to post the graph though. Please tell me how to post the graph from a word document first please
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    Quote Originally Posted by spanner View Post
    Problem, i got to solve a graph algebracly. I don't know how to post the graph though. Please tell me how to post the graph from a word document first please
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    Quote Originally Posted by OReilly View Post
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    thanks for the help

    I can work out that there must be

    (x+2)(_______)

    and that all constant variables must times up to 2 (y axis)

    but i can't get anyfurther without trial and error

    p.s. image didn't work well so

    piont at (-3, -13)
    x axis is -2
    then turning piont to y axis 2
    then turning piont to piont (1,3)


    edit: just found out the anser if this helps

    P(x) = (x+2)(x squared -x+1)

    but i still don't know how to work it out
    Last edited by spanner; March 12th 2007 at 09:19 PM.
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