The multiplicity of a zero corresponds to the number of times a factor is repeated in the function. $\cdot$ Odd multiplicity: cross the x-axis $\cdot$ Odd multiplicity (3 or more): changes concavity when passing through x-axis $\cdot$ Even multiplicity: bounces off the x-axis

Repeated factors (Multiplicities) in polynomials

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