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anonymous
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so what is your answer for part 1
anonymous
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Create one trinomial function: f(x) = x^3 - 3x^2 - x + 3., and a linear function g(x) = (x - 1). Part 1. Divide f(x) by g(x). You must do it yourself using the long division you have learned f(x)/g(x) = (x^3 - 3x^2 + x + 3)/(x - 1) = x^2 - 2x + 3 (no remainder) Part 2: a = 1 -> f(a) = f(1) = 0 Part 3. Use the remainder theorem?
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anonymous
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The Remainder Theorem starts with an unnamed polynomial p(x), where "p(x)" just means "some polynomial p whose variable is x". Then the Theorem talks about dividing that polynomial by some linear factor x – a, where a is just some number. Then, as a result of the long polynomial division, you end up with some polynomial answer q(x) (the "q" standing for "the quotient polynomial") and some polynomial remainder r(x). this is the defonition
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thanks
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anonymous
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draw it out for me
anonymous
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what would it mean
anonymous
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and you are correct
anonymous
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anonymous
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but do you want to under stand the equation
anonymous
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anonymous
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anonymous
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so what do you need
anonymous
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u drew the same thing twice......
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anonymous
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i know
anonymous
  • anonymous
so how am i supposed to divide it???????? @Napolions
anonymous
  • anonymous
the same way i shown u
anonymous
  • anonymous
but u didnt show me anything.......... just forget it.......ill ask another question,,,,,,,, thx anyways..........

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