Edit just seen that I've not fully completed the algorithm yet! Think I can manage this..
Hi, think this is the correct forum, apologies if not.
Find the highest common factor of the polynomials
Hence factorise into irreducible polynomials in .
First I started off by factorising, by long division I got the following:
Not sure where to go from here. I'm ok with the Euclidean algorithm but not sure how to apply it here?
Thanks in advance
It's often also wise before you start to do a rational root test:
Suppose has rational roots then it either has to be .
I checked for you and notice that ! This means you can allready factor out .
For the other function we have . This means that you only have to check whether the roots of are roots of g(x) and you're done.
Edit: I can better put it like this. It now follows that gcd gcd(