How does become ?
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Originally Posted by Jason76 How does become ? @Jason76, you are basically lazy are you not? You demand to know "How does...become"? Are you to lazy to multiply out to see how it all works?
Hey Jason76. You might want to look at this: Rational root theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pulling out x^{2} After that, nothing in the right linear has any common factor, so you can't do anymore. But that's not the final answer.
Last edited by Jason76; Nov 10th 2012 at 05:49 PM.
Originally Posted by Jason76 Pulling out x^{2} After that, nothing in the right linear has any common factor, so you can't do anymore. But that's not the final answer. You did nothing about replay #2. Are you really that lazy?
Originally Posted by Plato You did nothing about replay #2. Are you really that lazy? You can't do anymore cause there are no more common factors from what I see. 9, 24, and 16 have no common factor.
Originally Posted by Jason76 You can't do anymore cause there are no more common factors from what I see. 9, 24, and 16 have no common factor. Here is your basic problem. If you do not have a complete understanding of how multiplication works, then you cannot understand factoring.
Originally Posted by Jason76 How does become ? Hello Jason! First you use rational root theorem to find roots then you will use long polynom division to divide the root out.
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