Other than trial and error method... is there any way to factorize this faster?
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Originally Posted by cloud5 Other than trial and error method... is there any way to factorize this faster? The fastest method is to use a Computer Algebra System... The one I used got . If you were going to use the Factor and Remainder Theorems, you would need to substitute or and find that the polynomial equals 0.
Originally Posted by Prove It The fastest method is to use a Computer Algebra System... The one I used got . If you were going to use the Factor and Remainder Theorems, you would need to substitute or and find that the polynomial equals 0. ?
Originally Posted by mr fantastic ? I thought it was weird too, but that's what it said... I think it should say .
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