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1. Identify the degree, leading term and leading coefficient of each polynomial function.
A. f(x)= x(x+1)(3x+1)(x-2)
B. f(x)= -16+3x^4 - 9x^2 - x^6 + 4x^8

2. Describe the end behavior of a ninth-degree polynomial function with a negative leading coefficient.

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    A degree 4, leading coeff 3
    B degree 8, leading coeff 4

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