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2. How to Evaluate a Polynomial in Function Notation
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Understanding basic polynomial graphs requires knowing about their degrees and leading coefficients. Learn more about the implications of exponents and leading coefficients in polynomial graphs. Discover also how turning points are determined in graphing polynomials.
4. Finding Intervals of Polynomial Functions
Finding intervals of polynomial functions is an essential skill in precalculus. Define polynomial functions, explain how to find the solutions, discover how to find the intervals, and determine if the interval is positive or negative.
5. Short Run & Long Run Behavior of Polynomials: Definition & Examples
Polynomial functions are made up of terms composed of constants, variables, and exponents, and are extremely useful for a variety of reasons. Learn more about the short run and long run behavior of polynomials, study their definitions, and explore examples.
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7. Pascal's Triangle: Definition and Use with Polynomials
Pascal's triangle is a number pattern that identifies the coefficients of polynomial expansions. Learn the definition of Pascal's triangle and explore examples of its polynomial uses.
8. The Binomial Theorem: Defining Expressions
The binomial theorem is a mathematical formula used to expand two-term expressions raised to any exponent. Explore this explanation defining what binomial theorem is, why binomial theorem is used, and examples of how to find the leading coefficient and exponents for each term.
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- Working with Inequalities in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Absolute Value Equations in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Working with Complex Numbers in Trigonometry: Help and Review
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- Functions for Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Understanding Function Operations in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Graph Symmetry in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Graphing with Functions in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Higher-Degree Polynomial Functions in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Rational Functions in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Trig - Rational Expressions & Function Graphs: Help & Review
- Exponential & Logarithmic Functions in Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Trigonometric Functions: Help and Review
- Geometry in Trigonometry: Help and Review
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