*Problem:*

Compare the graphs of the functions
**f(x) = 5x**^{3} - 4x^{2} - 23x + 24 and **g(x) = 5x**^{3}
by zooming out several times.

*Visualization:*

In the following LiveMath Notebook, you can view the graphs of **y = f(x)**
(red graph) and **y = g(x)** (blue graph). You can zoom out by clicking on the
rocket ship which is at the upper right-hand corner of the notebook. The graph
will compress quickly in the horizontal direction. In this case, you may want to
zoom in using the knife in the upper right-hand corner so that the graph fills up
the notebook. You should be able to zoom out so that the two graphs appear to coincide.
You can change the function in the notebook above. Try

**f(x) = - 7 x**^{3} +14 x^{2} - 8 x + 4 and **g(x) = - 7 x**^{3}
**f(x) = 4 x**^{4} +21 x^{2} + 11 x + 40 and **g(x) = 4 x**^{4}
**f(x) = - 4 x**^{4} +21 x^{2} + 11 x - 4000 and **g(x) = -4 x**^{4}

[To change the definition of **f(x)** in the notebook above, highlight the right-hand
side of the equation in the second equation and then type in the new function. For example, to
enter **f(x) = - 7 x**^{3} +14 x^{2} - 8 x + 4, you will need to type in
-7x^3+14x^2-8x+4.
After you enter an exponent, you will need to move the blinking cursor with the mouse from the
exponent to the side. Do not forget to also change the first equation which is the formula for **g**.]