## graphs of cubics key.pdf - Section 2: Student Solutions

graphs of cubics key.pdf
graphs of cubics key.pdf

# Graphs of Cubic Functions, Day 2

Unit 3: Cubic Functions
Lesson 10 of 13

## Big Idea: How many points does it take to determine a cubic equation? Four - and it helps if three of them are roots!

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Math, polynomial, cubic equations, Graphing (Algebra), roots (Algebra), factor theorem, Algebra 2, master teacher project, cubic functions, Algebra 2, function
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### Jacob Nazeck

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