Consider the following polynomial...... I need to describe the behavior

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q(x)= -2x^3-4x^2+3x-4

Step 1: Degree =3  and Leading Coefficient = -2

Step 2: Describe the behavior of the graph of q(x) as x arrow to the right +/- infinity.

q(x) arrow to the right                                as x arrow to the right - infinity

q(x) arrow to the right                                as x arrow to the right infinity

I cannot figure out how to describe the behavior for this polynomial.

Apr 14th, 2015

The graph of q(x) has the same behavior for x → ∞ as its leading term –2x3.

Since 

–2x3 → –∞ as x → +∞,     q(x) also → –∞ as x → +∞

–2x3 → +∞ as x → –∞,     q(x) also → +∞ as x → –∞

Apr 14th, 2015

Your so awesome thank you for your help!

Apr 14th, 2015

You are welcome.

Apr 14th, 2015

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