Find a and b (from reals) so that will be dividable by polynomial . no idea how to begin.. can someone help?
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Originally Posted by metlx Find a and b (from reals) so that will be dividable by polynomial . no idea how to begin.. can someone help? i think will be dividable by if
Originally Posted by Raoh i think will be dividable by if Yes, but I believe that this is only half of the story. 1 is a double root.
so how do i solve this? I did this: If does this help me in anyway? i can put those values instead of x-es.. a = 1 - b = 1. is that how you do it?
Originally Posted by VonNemo19 Yes, but I believe that this is only half of the story. 1 is a double root. try to use the synthetic division (Synthetic division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) to divide by hope it'll work
Originally Posted by dedust try to use the synthetic division (Synthetic division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) to divide by hope it'll work is that the same as Horner's algoritm?
Originally Posted by VonNemo19 Yes, but I believe that this is only half of the story. 1 is a double root. exactly.
Originally Posted by metlx is that the same as Horner's algoritm? yes, with a slight modification
Originally Posted by dedust try to use the synthetic division (Synthetic division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) to divide by hope it'll work the degree of P is a LOT bigger than ,are you really sure about doing the division.
Originally Posted by Raoh exactly. so did i do it right or not? :P
Last edited by metlx; December 17th 2009 at 06:39 AM.
Edit* Made some silly errors...
Last edited by Stroodle; December 17th 2009 at 06:27 AM.
Originally Posted by Raoh the degree of P is a LOT bigger than ,are you really sure about doing the division. that is why i didn't do it Originally Posted by Stroodle Hi. The way I did it is: As previously stated, if is a factor, then Now if you divide by you get: Now for to be a second factor. Which gives and i think should be and or now, we have two equations in and , solve it
Last edited by dedust; December 17th 2009 at 03:32 PM. Reason: made a mistake in using horner's rule
im lost.. from that i get b = 2007 a = -2006 im getting more and more confused.. what is wrong with my solution btw? :P
Originally Posted by metlx this formula only work for 2 degrees polynomial
Originally Posted by metlx Find a and b (from reals) so that will be dividable by polynomial . no idea how to begin.. can someone help? HI In other words , would be a factor of so --- 1 --- 2 Solving the system would give you and
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