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f(x)=-2x^3-4x^2+3x-8, use the remainder theorem to determain f(-1)

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to get f(-1), just replace 'x' in f(x) by -1
Can on of you guys help me :D
ok, i think the question states to use remainder theorem, means you need to divide f(x) by x+1, and the remainder would be f(-1)

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yes, thats correct, but make sure you divided f(x) by x+1 to get the remainder as -13
thank you (:
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