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For synthetic division you only use:
Select one:
a. the exponents.
b. the coefficients.
c. the leading coefficient only.
d. none of the above



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Here is an example

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dw:1408615989068:dw

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Can you see how \(x^2+6x+5\) is transformed to \(1\) \(6\) \(5\)?

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yes i can see

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How?

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you just wrote it

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Yes, how are the numbers 1 6 5 related to x^2+6x+5 ?

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idk you did some long division right

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im not sure... whats the answer though :)

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1 is the coefficient of x^2, 6 is the coefficient of x, 5 is the coefficient of 1

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ok so the coefficient goes first

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i mean is the answer be B

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yes

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thnx again i have a couple more