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11-95.

Sketch a graph,

*f*(*x*), that has the number and types of roots described for each situation below. Homework Help ✎5 real roots

3 real and 2 complex roots

4 complex roots

4 complex and 2 real roots

Since the degree is an odd number, it will start and end in different directions.

A real root occurs when the polynomial intersects the *x*-axis, so this graph should intersect the *x*-axis 5 times.

This polynomial has 5 roots, but only 3 *x*-intercepts.

A possible graph would be a polynomial with 3 *x*-intercepts plus another bend.

The degree of this polynomial is even, so it starts and ends in the same direction.

See part (a), (b), and (c).