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    What is the other factor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienis Back View Post
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    Use long or synthetic division to obtain second factor of (a+250).
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    Mmm...any example of long and/or synthetic division?

    Why do I have to obtain a+250
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienis Back View Post
    Mmm...any example of long and/or synthetic division?

    Why do I have to obtain a+250
    Try this site for long and synthetic division examples:

    Synthetic Division

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