Divide x^3 2x^2 33x + 90 by x 5, then express the polynomial in a fully factored form.
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Originally Posted by william Divide x^3 2x^2 33x + 90 by x 5, then express the polynomial in a fully factored form. do you know the process of synthetic division?
Originally Posted by skeeter do you know the process of synthetic division? no, i don't
go then, and learn ... synthetic division - Google Search
Originally Posted by skeeter go then, and learn ... synthetic division - Google Search google is a nice tool, did i correctly do it, i get remainder 0 and fully factored form (x-5)(x^2+3x-18)
Originally Posted by william google is a nice tool, did i correctly do it, i get remainder 0 and fully factored form (x-5)(x^2+3x-18) almost ... $\displaystyle (x^2+3x-18)$ will also factor
Originally Posted by skeeter almost ... $\displaystyle (x^2+3x-18)$ will also factor oh yes correct thanks so (x-5)(x+6)(x-3)
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