The cubic function is a function that is given by a polynomial of the third degree, and has the form of y=ax^3+bx^2+cx+d, where a, b, c, d are some numbers, (a≠0).

The graph of a cubic function is a cubic parabola whose vertex is at (0;0).

The scope and scope of a function are a set of real numbers. The function is incremental.

Special case: y=ax^3, (а≠0). Located in I and III quarters at a>0, in II and IV quarters at a<0.

The cubic function of the form y=a(x-m)^3 shifts along the x-axis when the m coefficient changes. The cubic function of the form y=ax^3+n shifts along the Y axis when the coefficient of n changes.

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Example cubic function graph:






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