# What Is the Name of a Cubic Graph?

Cubic graphs are also called trivalent graphs. A bicubic graph is a cubic bipartite graph.

## What is a parabola cubic function?

To find the x-intercepts we have to solve a quadratic equation. The vertex of a parabola is a maximum of minimum of the function. Then four points not in a line nor in a parabola determine a cubic function. A cubic function is a polynomial function of degree 3.

## How do you graph a cubic function?

We can graph cubic functions by transforming the basic cubic graph. The basic cubic graph is y = x3. For the function of the form y = a(x − h)3 + k. If k > 0, the graph shifts k units up; if k < 0, the graph shifts k units down.

## What is a 3rd degree binomial?

A binomial expression has two terms. For example, 4x + 5, The degree of any polynomial refers to the term with the highest exponent on its variable. Therefore, it is called binomial and since the highest exponent with variable x is 3, therefore it is third degree binomial with constant term of 8.

## What is the degree of Y 3?

The degree of a polynomial is the highest exponent of the terms. The highest exponent is y3;therefore the equation is a degree 3 cubic.

## How many zeros can a 3rd degree polynomial have?

Third degree polynomials are also known as cubic polynomials. Cubics have these characteristics: One to three roots. Two or zero extrema.

## Can a 3rd degree polynomial have 4 intercepts?

the third-degree polynomial has four intercept, the function only crosses the x-axis three times.

## How do you solve a third degree equation?

A cubic equation is an algebraic equation of third-degree. The general form of a cubic function is: f (x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx1 + d. And the cubic equation has the form of ax3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0, where a, b and c are the coefficients and d is the constant.

## Why is there no quintic formula?

Galois theory uses group theory to show that all polynomials of degree at most 4 are solvable by radicals, but for any degree d at least 5 it is possible to find a polynomial of degree d which is not solvable by radicals. Thus, there is no quintic formula (or sextic, or septic, etc.).

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