Find the remainder when is divided by Anyone can help? Thanks
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Originally Posted by acc100jt Find the remainder when is divided by Anyone can help? Thanks The remainder theorem states that if a polynomial is divided by , the remainder is . So, if I were to divide by , this implies that the remainder is . If I were to do it again... I think. It's been a long time man.
Last edited by VonNemo19; July 26th 2009 at 09:11 PM.
i understand the first part. but what do u mean "do it again"?what is the dividend if i wan to divide again?
Originally Posted by acc100jt i understand the first part. but what do u mean "do it again"?what is the dividend if i wan to divide again? By the Division Algorithm The way to use this is where
this is what I've tried, Let So ....(1) Thus Since So , substitute this into (1) Hence the remainder is Am I correct?
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