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... if you divide a polynomial p(x) by a factor ... the Factor Theorem says that x = 1 must ... Using the Factor Theorem, verify that x ...
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Positive: 58 %
Roots & Factors Roots of a polynomial ... We’ll see that ↵ must be a root of p(x). That x↵ is a factor of p(x)meansthereisapolynomialg(x)suchthat
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Positive: 55 %

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Factoring Polynomials ... If p(x)=anxn +an1xn 1 +···+a0, then p(x) ... Roots give linear factors, so we know that (x ...
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... = x6 + x4 + x2+ 1 must have six roots (zeroes). ... to locate a rational root of P. (Synthetic division MUST be ... 6) is a factor of P(x). c.
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... (or any other length, x), 5 must be a factor of at least one of the members of that list of 5 numbers. If you doubt this property of consecutive ...
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ROOTS OF POLYNOMIALS ... x − r is a factor of a polynomial P(x) ... it is above the x-axis. Therefore, the graph must cross the x-axis at least once.
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