# polynomial numbers

• Mar 12th 2007, 04:22 PM
spanner
polynomial numbers
Problem, i got to solve a graph algebracly. I don't know how to post the graph though. Please tell me how to post the graph from a word document first please
• Mar 12th 2007, 06:07 PM
OReilly
Quote:

Originally Posted by spanner
Problem, i got to solve a graph algebracly. I don't know how to post the graph though. Please tell me how to post the graph from a word document first please

Best is to use some Screen Capture software (there are many small and free on web) and save it as some picture format and then attach it to your message.

You can also attach your .doc document to message.
• Mar 12th 2007, 06:08 PM
ThePerfectHacker
Quote:

Originally Posted by OReilly
Best is to use some Screen Capture software (there are many small and free on web) and save it as some picture format and then attach it to your message.

You can also attach your .doc document to message.

Or you can use the "Print Screen Button":eek:
• Mar 12th 2007, 07:18 PM
spanner
[IMG]http://img250.imageshack.us/img250/7986/mathssi0.th.png[/IMG]

thanks for the help

I can work out that there must be

(x+2)(_______)

and that all constant variables must times up to 2 (y axis)

but i can't get anyfurther without trial and error

p.s. image didn't work well so

piont at (-3, -13)
x axis is -2
then turning piont to y axis 2
then turning piont to piont (1,3)

edit: just found out the anser if this helps

P(x) = (x+2)(x squared -x+1)

but i still don't know how to work it out