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# Polynomials : Asymptotes, Synthetic Division and Even and Odd Power (x-c) Theorem

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1. FIND ALL VERTICAL ASYMPTOTES OF THE FUNCTION.
*******X+5
F (x) -------------------
****4x squared+7

2. WHICH SHOWS THE TRUE STATEMENT FOR THE GRAPH OF THE RATIONAL FUNCTION g.
*******X+2
g(x) -------------------
****x squared+2x-3

3.USE SYNTHETIC DIVISION TO FIND UPPER AND LOWER BOUNDS OF THE REAL ZEROS OF f. f(x) = x fifth + x fourth -5x cubic -3x squared +3x -3
4. USE THE EVEN AND ODD POWER OF (X-C) THEOREM TO DETERMINE WHERE THE GRAPH OF THE GIVEN POLYNOMIAL WILL CROSS THE X-AXIS AND WHERE THE GRAPH WILL INTERSECT BUT NOT CROSS THE X-AXIS.
Y=(x+7)(x+5)(x-3)squared(x-8)

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1. FIND ALL VERTICAL ASYMPTOTES OF THE FUNCTION.
*******X+5
F (x) -------------------
****4x squared+7

Since , and we know that , we conclude that NO VERTICAL ASYMPTOTES OF THE FUNCTION exist.

2. WHICH SHOWS THE TRUE STATEMENT FOR THE GRAPH OF THE RATIONAL FUNCTION g.
*******X+2
g(x) -------------------
****x ...

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