End Behavior Calculator

End behavior of polynomial functions helps you to find how the graph of a polynomial function f(x) behaves (i.e) whether function approaches a positive infinity or a negative infinity. This end behavior of graph is determined by the degree and the leading co-efficient of the polynomial function. Enter the polynomial function in the below end behavior calculator to find the graph for both odd degree and even degree. Both +ve & -ve coefficient is sufficient to predict the function.

End Behavior of Polynomial Functions | End Behavior of Graphs

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End behavior of polynomial function predicts the graph by checking the degree of function and leading coefficient. Comparatively, the leading coefficient is very important to the other coefficients in the function for both large and small numbers.

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