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11-120.

Sketch a graph of $y = x^{3}\left(x − 2\right)\left(x + 2\right)^{2}$.

This equation gives you all of the roots of the graph.

The graph touches the x-axis at $\left(−2, 0\right)$ and turns around. The graph passes through $\left(0, 0\right)$ like a cubic. The graph passes through $\left(2, 0\right)$ normally.