Chapter 6 Graphs

# 6.7 Cubic and reciprocal graphs

A cubic function contains a term in x^3 but no higher power of x. It can also have terms in x^2 and x and number terms. A reciprocal function is in the form k/( x ) where k is a number. In this section, we learn about cubic graph, reciprocals.

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A cubic function contains a term in but no higher power of x. It can also have terms in Â and Â and number terms. A reciprocal function is in the form Â where k is a number. In this section, we learn about cubic graph, reciprocals.

Drawing cubic and reciprocal graphs. solving cubic equations using graphs.

Cubic and reciprocal graphs - Cubic graph, reciprocals.