1.3 Equations of Polynomials Here is the goal of this lesson: By looking at the factored form of a polynomial identify the zeros and the order of those zeros. 1. Graph the 3 functions below in desmos. Type them exactly as you see them. 2. Watch the video of me taking this up. Take good notes!!! 3. Watch the second video. Take good notes!! 4. Complete the quiz. Share this:TwitterEmailRedditGooglePinterestFacebookLike this:Like Loading...

Ashley Herfst September 4, 2014 at 10:35 pm Reply I learned: Orders are shown through the exponent of the bracket. Order 1: Passes through Order 2: Touches Order 3: Scoots The numbers in the brackets are the zeros e.g. y= (x-5)^2(x+3) the zeros are at positive 5 and negative 3. How to determine, and show what areas of the equation are positive or negative by looking at a graph. And overall, how to apply what I learned in 1.2 about max/min points and degrees and apply them to questions in 1.3.

I learned:

Orders are shown through the exponent of the bracket.

Order 1: Passes through

Order 2: Touches

Order 3: Scoots

The numbers in the brackets are the zeros e.g. y= (x-5)^2(x+3) the zeros are at positive 5 and negative 3.

How to determine, and show what areas of the equation are positive or negative by looking at a graph.

And overall, how to apply what I learned in 1.2 about max/min points and degrees and apply them to questions in 1.3.