The graph of f(x) has x-intercepts at x=1, x=−5, and x=−9. The graph of f(x) resembles the graph of what function near the point x=1?

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The graph of f(x) has x-intercepts at x=1, x=−5, and x=−9. The graph of f(x) resembles the graph of what function near the point x=1?

f(x)=(x−1)^6(x+5)(x+9)^3

a) y=x^3

b) y=x

c) y=x^6

d) y=x^7

e) y=x^9

f) None of the above

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