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(-3x^3-3x^2+2x-4) / (x-1/3). Determine the remainder for the following using the remainder theorm. The remainder is different from 0 and is equal to??

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The remainder theorem is If P(x) is divided by x-k, then the remainder r is r = P(k)
In this case, P(x) = -3x^3-3x^2+2x-4 and k = 1/3
ok so how would i work this. I've worked it once and it was wrong.

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P(x) = -3x^3-3x^2+2x-4 P(1/3) = -3(1/3)^3-3(1/3)^2+2(1/3)-4 Keep going
ok one second let me work it
ok
i got -34/9
would that be the end result?
-34/9 is the remainder, so you are correct
so that is the answer?
yes
i want to ask another one u going to be here a second? did u check my work on that one?
yes, -34/9 is the correct answer
It says to type it in as a simplifed fraction so would that be simplifed
?
yes it's fully simplified, it's the final answer
i'm going to post another one will u help me on it?
sure
I posted it . :)

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