algebra-2-tutorial-for-writing-the-equation-of-a-cubic-function-from-a-graph

# Interactive video lesson plan for: Algebra 2 - Tutorial for writing the equation of a cubic function from a graph

#### Activity overview:

http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video playlist I will show you the basics for polynomial functions. We will start with factoring polynomial equations to determine the zeros of a polynomial. We will then learn how to write the polynomial given a set of zeros. Multiplying, adding and subtracting polynomials will be apart of this series as well as classifying polynomials and determining the Leading coefficient and degree of a polynomial so that we can determine the end behavior. Next we will learn how to find all of the zeros of a polynomial using the rational zero test and descartes rule of signs. This will help us apply the factor and remainder theorem. We will also learn how to sketch the graph of a parabola using the multiplicity and zeros.

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