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alli404

  • one year ago

1. Suppose you divide a polynomial by a binomial. How do you know if the binomial is a factor of the polynomial? Create a sample problem that has a binomial which is a factor of the polynomial being divided and another problem that has a binomial which is NOT a factor of the polynomial being divided.

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  1. telijahmed
    • one year ago
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    \[f(x)=ax ^{3}+bx ^{2}+cx+3\]

  2. telijahmed
    • one year ago
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    for x+2 to be a factor of the polynomial then \[f(-2)=0\]

  3. telijahmed
    • one year ago
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    x=-2 so f(-2) should equal=0

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