Real life examples of cubic functions?

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A cubic function is a function of x that is determined by a polynomial of the third degree. In other words, using a cubic equation can help determine different amounts in everyday life. An example of using a cubic function is determining how much water can be held in a lake with its certain dimensions. Another real life example of a cubic function is determining how much resistance is in an electrical wire depending upon the volume of electricity running through that wire.



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