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10. Given h(x)(x 1)3 (x1)4 (x 3)2(a) Determine the degree and end behavior.As χ →_oo : yos, t ve ).f.m.t (As χ→ oo :posit-ve) hf7xitDegree:(b) Find the x-intercepts, the multiplicity of each root, and state whether the graph bounces of the x -axisor crosses through the x -axis.Los 3 molthiylietesThe grap ounces of thex-axis

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10. Given h(x)(x 1)3 (x1)4 (x 3)2
(a) Determine the degree and end behavior.
As χ →_oo : yos, t ve ).f.m.t (As χ→ oo :
posit-ve
) hf7xit
Degree:
(b) Find the x-intercepts, the multiplicity of each root, and state whether the graph bounces of the x -axis
or crosses through the x -axis.
Los 3 molthiylietes
The grap ounces of thex-axis
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10. Given h(x)(x 1)3 (x1)4 (x 3)2 (a) Determine the degree and end behavior. As χ →_oo : yos, t ve ).f.m.t (As χ→ oo : posit-ve ) hf7xit Degree: (b) Find the x-intercepts, the multiplicity of each root, and state whether the graph bounces of the x -axis or crosses through the x -axis. Los 3 molthiylietes The grap ounces of thex-axis

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Step 1

We have given,

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Step 2

We need to find degree of h(x)

We can add powers of x to get degree of x

i.e. degree of x = 3 + 4 + 2 = 9

Step 3

Now, we need to determine e...

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