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start with finding all the factors of the constant term, 9. factors : 1 , 3 , 9 Now we've got to divide it by the leading coefficient and its factors. leading coefficient: 2, factors of 2: 1 , 2 ----------------------------------------------------------------- now take the constant terms and divide them by the factors of the leading coefficient. \[\pm \frac{1~,~3~,~9}{1~,~2}\] Now split and simplify. \[\pm \frac{1}{1}~,~ \pm \frac{3}{1}~,~ \pm \frac{9}{2}\]
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\[\pm \frac{1}{1}~,~ \pm \frac{3}{1}~,~ \pm \frac{9}{1}~,~ \pm \frac{1}{2}~,~ \pm \frac{3}{2} ~~\sf \text{etc} .....\]
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