x³-2x²-5x+6 / x² - x -6
i tried grouping but it didnt work...... o_o please help
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Try long division.
Factorise the top and bottom to get: (x-3)(x+2)(x-1)/(x-3)(x+2) then cancel out the like factors.
where did you get (x-3) ??
If you have a polynomial of form
an * x^n + ... + m then the roots are in the set
Here they are ±1 ±2 and ±3.
That's a way to find it. You try them and keep the one that works.
I tried long division and it works. I get (x-1)
Originally Posted by edmundyong I tried long division and it works. I get (x-1) why are you responding to a thread that is over 4 years old?
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