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# Give an example of a cubic (degree 3) function that is bijective. Explain why it is bijective. Give an example of a cubic (degree 3) function that is not biject

Give an example of a cubic (degree 3) function that is bijective. Explain why it is bijective. Give an example of a cubic (degree 3) function that is not bijective. Explain why it is not bijective.

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John G.

-x3 is still bijective.  It's just x3 reflected over the x-axis.
f(-1) = -(1)3 = -1, not 1

Try adding more terms to get one that's not a bijection.
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04/06/16

John G.

And now I have a typo.  Should say f(1)
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04/06/16

Andrew M.

John G.,
I had already realized that and was fixing it when you wrote your comment.  But thank you.  I appreciate it.
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