# Finding Zeros of Polynomials

## If a given value is a root, the function equals zero when x is the value

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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Overview

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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 1

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Describe the right-hand and left-hand end behavior of the function
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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 2

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Finding the real zeros of a polynomial function
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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 3

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Determine the multiplicity of each zero and the number of turning points of the graph of the function
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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 4

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Approximate a zero of a polynomial function
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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 5

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Write a polynomial function with the given zeros
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## End Behavior and Zeros of Polynomials - Example 6

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Write a polynomial function with the given zeros and degree
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