moongazer
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Find the remainder using remainder theorem



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ParthKohli
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moongazer
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I'll just post it :)

ParthKohli
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When \(f(x)\) is divided by \(x  k\), then the remainder is \(f(k)\)

lgbasallote
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yes that's right

ParthKohli
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That is, you just have to replace \(x\) with \(k\).

justindrake
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Yeah I got it itz when f(x) is divided by x−k, then the remainder is f(k)

moongazer
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\[(x^4 +2x^3 + x^2 x 4)/(x4)\]
my answer is 120
I just got confused with this one because of x^4
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\[4^4 + 2(4)^3 + 4^2  4  4 \]

justindrake
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thats right

ParthKohli
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\(x^4\) is like finding \(x^4\) then putting the negative sign.

moongazer
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Thanks to all of you :)

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You're welcome!! =)