draw cubic function as a dashed curve using the points (-4,3),(0,0),(2-6), and (5,5)
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The graph should look like this:

But you have only been given 4 points on the curve, so that’s not enough to show all the shape shown above. Join the given points (the red curve passes through all of them) by sketching a dashed line joining one to the next. The important part is that the curve goes from (-4,3) to (2,-6) passing through the origin, and then swinging back up to cross the x-axis and passing through (5,5).

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