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Use synthetic division to determine if the the given value for k is a zero of the corresponding polynomial. If not, determine p(k).

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    \[P (x)= x^4 -1; k=\]

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    K=1

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    Can you help me on this which equation represents the line that passes thou the point (1,5) and had a slope of (-2)

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    These are the choices 1- y= 2x+72- y= -2x+113- y=2x-94-y=2x+3

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    @Kumar2006 , you should show proper manners by not posting your question in other people's questions.

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    I think it is the second one

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    Is it or no?

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    use the remainder theorem to check for a remainder... if there is no remainder then x-1 is a factor P(1) = 1^4 -1 = 0 then x - 1 is a factor the polynomial is P(x) = (x^2 -1)(x^2 + 1) = (x-1)(x+1)(x^2+ 1)

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    What is the answer?

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