Analyze the polynomial below. State the answers to the requested information where indicated.fx) (x-2x+1)Determine the power function that describes the end behavior of the graph of f(x). Feel free to drawthe end behavior also as part of your answer.1.Answer for 1.2.Algebraically calculate the x-intercept(s), if any. Show all work.Answer for 2.3.Algebraically calculate the y intercept, if there is one. Show all work.Answer for 3.

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Analyze the polynomial below. State the answers to the requested information where indicated.
fx) (x-2x+1)
Determine the power function that describes the end behavior of the graph of f(x). Feel free to draw
the end behavior also as part of your answer.
1.
Answer for 1.
2.
Algebraically calculate the x-intercept(s), if any. Show all work.
Answer for 2.
3.
Algebraically calculate the y intercept, if there is one. Show all work.
Answer for 3.
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Analyze the polynomial below. State the answers to the requested information where indicated. fx) (x-2x+1) Determine the power function that describes the end behavior of the graph of f(x). Feel free to draw the end behavior also as part of your answer. 1. Answer for 1. 2. Algebraically calculate the x-intercept(s), if any. Show all work. Answer for 2. 3. Algebraically calculate the y intercept, if there is one. Show all work. Answer for 3.

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Step 1

1. The power function that describes the behaviour of the given function is the cubic function. For a cubic function the end behaviour is given by,

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Step 2

The graph of the given function is as follows.

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Step 3
  1. Substitute 0 for y to find the x-interce...
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