Cubic functions in general form
Polynomials
Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2
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This video is another in the Year 11 Mathematical Methods course looking at the general form of a cubic function and how we can use it to sketch graphs. I look at what a cubic graph is and what it looks like and show how we can use this information to sketch graphs. I then look at the inverse of the cubic function and show how we can sketch graphs in this form. Finally I should how to find the inverse of a cubic function algebraically. There are lots of worked examples designed to explain the content in an easy to understand way.
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