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Year 11 Maths Methods A: Polynomials Investigation

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Year 11 Maths Methods A: Polynomials Investigation
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Mathematics Algebra Polynomials Differential calculus Functions and mappings Analytic geometry Inflection point Stationary point Limit of a function Zero of a function Degree of a polynomial Wilkinson's polynomial
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Mathematics Algebra Polynomials Differential calculus Functions and mappings Analytic geometry Inflection point Stationary point Limit of a function Zero of a function Degree of a polynomial Wilkinson's polynomial
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Furthermore, polynomials of other degrees will be studied and a viable conjecture regarding the number of turning points and points of inflection in correlation to a polynomial of degree, , needs to be found. The conjecture will be applied to other polynomials to test if it works. Background Research: i. A polynomial is a function of the form f(x) = a n xn + a n‐1 xn−1 + . . . + a 2 x2 + a 1 x + a 0 . The degree of a polynomial is the highest power of x in its expression. ii. A turning point is an x‐value where a local maximum or local minimu...
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