function  F(x)= 4x^2 (x-2)^3  x-intercepts, y-intercepts and end behavior of the graph
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The intercepts are:

x: x=0, 2, these make F(x)=0

y: y=0 this is F(0)

End behaviour: F(x)→4x⁵, as x→−∞, F(x)→−∞ and as x→∞, F(x)→∞.

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