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Cubic Polynomials

Alan Lipp 

December 2000, Volume 93, Issue 9, Page 788

Abstract:
A classification of factorable cubics and how the associated factor graphs determine domains of disconnected branches and furnish a skeletal framework for the number and shape of the branches. A second perspective is provided by looking at three dimensional visualization and examining level curves and spikes of the surfaces.

Keywords:
Article
Calculators
Grades 9-12
Teacher
Polynomials
Representation