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Graphs of Odd functions

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Graphs of Even functions

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A real number r is a real zero of the polynomial f (x) if f (r) =0

If r is a zero of the polynomial, then r is an x – intercept.

If r is a zero of the polynomial f (x) then

f (x) = (x – r) p (x), where p (x) is a polynomial

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If r is an x – intercept of a polynomial x, then

f( r ) = 0

If r is an x – intercept then either

1. The graph crosses the x axis at r or

2. The graph touches the x axis at r

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- Polynomials
- The Degree of Polynomial Functions
- Properties of Polynomial Functions
- Power Functions
- Graphs of even power functions
- Properties of an even function
- Graphs of odd power functions
- Properties of an odd function
- Zeros of a polynomial function
- The intercepts of a polynomial

- Geophysical Concepts, Applications and Limitations
- Sensory and Motor Mechanisms
- Friction
- Newton’s third law of motion
- Newton's Laws
- Magnetic field uses sound waves to ignite sun's ring of fire
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