10 Videos for "x intercepts factors"

Graphing Polynomial Functions with Repeated Factors  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we identify the behavior of a polynomial graph near an xintercept. 
Find an Equation of the Polynomial Function  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we identify the equation of a quintic function when we are given the xintercepts and one other point on the graph. 
Graphing Polynomial Functions with Repeated Factors  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we graph a cubic (3rd degree polynomial) function with one repeated factor. 
Graphing Polynomial Functions with Repeated Factors  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we graph a quartic (4th degree polynomial) function with three repeated factors. 
Graphing Polynomial Functions with Repeated Factors  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we graph a quintic (5th degree polynomial) function with two repeated factors. 
Find an Equation of the Polynomial Function  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we identify the equation of a polynomial function when we are given the intercepts of its graph. 
Find an Equation of the Polynomial Function  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we identify the equation of a quartic function when we are given the intercepts of its graph. 
Find an Equation of the Polynomial Function  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we identify the equation of a quintic function when we are given the intercepts of its graph. 
The Transformation y = f(bx)  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Introduction to Functions
How determine what transformation the graph y = f(bx) represents when 0 < b < 1. 
Graphing Rational Functions, n>m  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to factor and graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is greater than the degree m of the denominator.