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GreenLantern wrote:Book Question: Find a polynomial f(x) of degree 6 such that 0 and 3 are both zeros of multiplicity 3 and f(2)=-24. Sketch the graph of f.
My Question: I can create the polynomial well enough, but I don't under stand how to make it match up to f(2)=-24.
My work so far:
Zeros: 0, 3
Factors: (x)^3 (x-3)^3
GreenLantern wrote:Now I need to make that polynomial pass through point (2,-24). How do I do that?