Let p(x) be a polynomial such that when divided by (x−1)
it leaves the remainder 2 and when divided by (x − 2) it
leaves the remainder 1. What is the remainder when it is
divided by (x − 1)(x − 2)?

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u just need to evaluate \(a\) and \(b\) regarding given conditions for problem

using the remainder thrm
P(1) = 2 ; and P(2) = 1
P(x) = -x+3
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