Second-degree, with zeros of −1−1 and 66, and goes to −∞−∞ as x→−∞.

sincsenekdq 2022-09-16 Answered
Second - degree, with zeros of -1 -1 and 66, and goes to as x
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Solution:
The Second degree, polynomial, the zero are x=1-1 abd 66=-2 and 66. Then the factors are (x+2)(x+66)
y = ( x + 2 ) ( x 66 ) = x 2 + 2 x 66 x 132 = x 2 64 x 132
For the condition that, y as x we require the coefficient of x 2 to be negetive, y = x 2 + 64 x + 132, is the required polynomial.

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