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Create a polynomial function with the following charateristics and persuade your reader that your polynomial really does work as intended! there is more than one possible solution.
A. odd degree
B. as x is positive infinite y is neg infinite
C. at least two roots each with a odd multiplicity
D. y intercept is negative.....
I know that the leading coeffiecent has to be - and x has to be raised to an odd number but i am having trouble figuring out the rest of it
C implies (x-2)^3*(x-3)^3
A forces (x+1)^3*(x-2)^3(x-3)^3
B forces -(x+1)^3*(x-2)^3*(x-3)^3
D forces:: If x = 0, y <0 ; done