Polynomial Behavior Near Zeros

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Analyzing the behavior of a polynomial near its zeros. We first find the zeros of the polynomial using the Rational Zeros Theorem and Synthetic Division. Next, based on the multiplicity of the zeros, determine if the graph "touches" or "crosses" the x-axis and finally find out if the graph, near the zeros, is a straight line, a parabola or any other kind of curve.