If possible sketch a graph of a polynomial that is cubic with one real zero and a>0
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This is the graph of 2x³-2x²+x-1. The curve cuts the x-axis once for the real zero at x=1. The other zeroes are complex (imaginary) so the curve doesn’t intersect the x-axis for these.

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