Description: Considering a variety of polynomial models, in the context of the problem can affect which model makes the most sense. Correllation coefficients are important, but when extrapolating, sometimes a model with a low correllation coefficient is a more reasonable choice.
Description: Write a function to describe the volume of a box based on its width. Identify increasing and decreasing intervals on the graph of the function. Identify the relative max and min of the graph.
Description: Graphing a polynomial, discussing end behavior and the leading term, and identifying the important features of the graphing. Determining if a polynomial is even/odd or neither and identifying increasing and decreasing intervals, using interval notation.