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  • one year ago

Quick Question-- "Use the remainder theorem to determine if the divisor is an intercept."

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    An example of the problem is: f(x)=x^3-7x^2+5x-6, f(x)=3. The problem is asking you to use "3" as the divisor, and work with synthetic division.

  2. anonymous
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    My only problem is-- how do I tell if the divisor is an intercept? Is it an intercept if the remainder is equal to the divisor, or if the remainder is zero?

  3. anonymous
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    If the remainder is 0

  4. anonymous
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    @peachpi Thank you!

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