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--Kevin C.
Hi there,
I am stuck on the following problem:
If f(x) is a polynomial and a is a number, prove that there exists a polynomial g(x) such that f(x) = (x - a)g(x) + f(a)
Hint: use the identity
I can't really see how to apply the hint. Apart from the obvious inclusion of (x - a), I'm out of ideas.
Many thanks!