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Basic Transformations - Problem 3
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The end behavior of any polynomial with odd degree will behave like y = x^3 or y = - x^3. If you can get comfortable with transformations and reflections on the cubic graph, it will help you address what happens to the far right and far left of other odd degree polynomials, as well.
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