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anonymous

  • one year ago

I'll Fan & medal just please help Using synthetic division, find (x^4 − 2) ÷ (x + 1).

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    @Deeezzzz

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    Do u know how to use synthetic devision?

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    yes

  4. anonymous
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    (x4 − 2) It's just this part confused me a little

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    |dw:1436892519699:dw|

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    This is what i was doing but i dont know if im doing it right

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    |dw:1436892300097:dw|

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    Yes You set it up right you don't need the x^4+ 0 x^3 just put them in so you can see what I'm doing and where I'm getting them

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    |dw:1436892701192:dw|

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    is tht the answer?

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    |dw:1436892478687:dw|

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    ohh

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    You have a remainder, (x-1) is not a factor of the polynomial

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    *(X+1)

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    |dw:1436892812905:dw|

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    Yes that is correct

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    Thank you sooo much :)

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