If a polynomial p(x) of degree more then 2 is divided by (x-2), the remainder is one(1) & if divided by (x-3), remainder is three(3), what will be the remainder if it is divided by (x-2) (x-3).
If a polynomial p(x) of degree more then 2 is divided by (x-2), the remainder is one(1) & if divided by (x-3), remainder is three(3), what will be the remainder if it is divided by (x-2) (x-3).
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p(x)=q(x)(x-2)(x-3)+Ax+B
where q(x) here is the quotient and Ax+B , the remainder .