graph of f(x)=x^2 5x^2 -500x

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what does the graph look like? I am given four possible options that are all rise/fall/left/right but I don't think any of them are the right answer

Oct 23rd, 2015

Hello!

There is some missing sign between x^2 and 5x^2. I suppose it is "+".

Then f(x) = 6x^2 - 500x.

This is the parabola branches up. It goes up when we going to the right and up when we going to the left.

If you meant another function, please tell me here. Maybe x^3?

Please ask if something is unclear.
Oct 23rd, 2015

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