The general cubic function
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The general cubic function
Polynomial functions
Year 12
This lesson looks at the properties of the general cubic function. It talks about how a cubic can have zero, one and two turning points and can have one, two or three crossing points. It really can't get more exciting than this!
Published: Feb. 27, 2018
Length: 06 mins and 29 seconds
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