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Zeros of polynomials (multiplicity)


A polynomial p is graphed.
A polynomial labeled p is graphed on an x y coordinate plane. The x-axis scales by one half. The graph curves up from left to right touching (negative three, zero) before curving down. It curves back up and passes through (negative one, zero). It curves back down and touches (two, zero) before curving back up.
What could be the equation of p?
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