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to find all the zeros... use synthetic division or polynomial division
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I have done the rational root theorem but I never got it.

Also, if \(a_n =1\) then all rational zeros are integers which divide \(a_0\).

Im lost,

I did the synthetic division but Im not sure what to do after,
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Long division, oh boy haha.

Ok, so do I continue to take out x+1 from the rest?

well, it won't come evenly, at least.

Use the RRT to pick your next root to factor out.

I dont really understand the rational root therom..

Confusing

No, the a,b,c really confuses me

Why do they equal 0?

that's the definition of a root of a polynomial P(x) is that at the root, P(root) = 0.

So for our polynomial with roots at x = 1, x = 2, P(1) = 0 and P(2) = 0.

Okay, got it so far, I think..

Okay got it so far to here,

Still with me?

Im with you so far,

Agreed, I need to run to the store right quick, will you be still be here in about an hour?