remainder if ((5x+10)^2012)+ 4 divided by x+2 can anyone help me on this please
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Theres a theorem that says that, the remainder of Any polynomial divded by a linear factor, divided by the remainder is f(a). For example, divided by , the remainder is
Originally Posted by jakncoke Theres a theorem that says that, the remainder of Any polynomial divded by a linear factor, divided by the remainder is f(a). For example, divided by , the remainder is if that is what im going to do, then [5(-2) + 10]^2012 + 4 [-10 + 10]^2012 + 4 0 + 4 meaning 4 is the remainder is this correct sir?
Did you know that (5x+10)=5(x+2)? Can you rewrite ((5(x+2))^2012)+ 4?
Originally Posted by ILikeSerena Did you know that (5x+10)=5(x+2)? i know above, but below , well i cant, Can you? Can you rewrite ((5(x+2))^2012)+ 4? so that it makes things easier now. thanks
Yes remainder is 4.
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