Graphing higher degree polynomial functions can be more complicated than graphing linear and quadratic functions. When graphing polynomial functions, we can identify the end behavior, shape and turning points if we are given the degree of the highest term.
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How we graph a factored cubic (3rd degree polynomial) function.
How we graph a factored quartic (4th degree polynomial) function.
How we graph a factored quintic (5th degree polynomial) function.