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Is there a quick way to find the rational zeroes of a polynomial function?

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List the possible rational roots and use synthetic division.
So use synthetic division for ALL of the possible roots? If i had say, 12 possible ones, i have to synthetically divide every single one of them?
Possibly not. You might find a root and then be able to factor the quotient.

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If the remainder of the synthetic division process is 0, then you have found a factor. The other factor is the quotient of the synthetic division process.
Ok, i see what you mean. Thanks!
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