what's the easiest way to factor a polynomial with the highest exponent greater than 2? i.e ^3 , ^4 ....

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what's the easiest way to factor a polynomial with the highest exponent greater than 2? i.e ^3 , ^4 ....

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use long division
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Hm, I suppose without electronic aid?

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okay, so if there is at-least one rational root, you could use Rational root theorem.
Saso geek, try to find one zero by hit and trial method, then create factors in case of a cubic equation .
how do u know by just looking at the expression to determine if there's a rational root or not, and what is the rational root theorem anyway?
Saso, Google is your friend :)
lol k i'll look it up :)
I like this resource:http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/Polynomial
This is where I learned many tricks: http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Resources/Papers/PolynomialsAK.pdf
i go there to play math games at times lol
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use long division
long division is slow
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use factorization method \[\Huge \ddot\star\]

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