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1.
double solution: graph bounces off x-axis (quadratic)

2.
even polynomial: polynomial whose degree is even

3.
graph of even degree polynomial: "u" or "w" shape

4.
graph of odd degree polynomial: "s" shape

5.
leading coefficient: The coefficient of the term with the highest degree

6.
negative leading coefficient: function will decrease as x approaches infinity

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odd polynomial: polynomial whose degree is odd

8.
polynomial: a mathematical expression that is the sum of a number of terms

9.
positive leading coefficient: function will increase as x approaches infinity

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single solution: graph cuts straight through x-axis (linear)

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term: a number, variable, or product of a number and variable

12.
triple solution: graph "slides" through x-axis (cubic)

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