## anonymous 4 years ago Let f(x) = 3x3 – 4x – 1 and g(x) = x + 1. Find f(x)/g(x)

1. anonymous

Can you factorize $$3x^3 – 4x – 1$$ ?

2. anonymous

I didn't say I couldn't:)

3. anonymous

Then the answer is $$\left(3 x^2-1-3 x\right)$$

4. anonymous

Indeed it is

5. anonymous

3x^3-3x-1 is in the correct form though. Not that is really matters.. lol

6. anonymous

Is tht the problem worked through??

7. anonymous

3x^3-3x-1 is the answer fully worked.

8. anonymous

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9. anonymous

Do you think you could show me step by step how to work the problem you guys? im having a hard time reading the written work:/

10. anonymous

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11. anonymous

Have you got it,now?

12. anonymous

yeah the writing is just a little hard to read:) lol