factorize this equation
((x-5)/(x2-25))-((3)/(x+5)) where A and B are polynomials of degree as low as possible and the leading coefficient of B is 1
Given f(x)=-8(x+6)5(x+3)9(x-1)7, Find the roots in increasing order the roots are= ( should have three of them) To the left of the first root, is the graph of f(x) above or below...
P(x)=x3-2x2-9x+4 its real zeros are x1= x2= x3= with x1≤x2≤x3 If the polynomial has only two real zeros, input them at x1 and x2 ; if the polynomial has only one real...
2x4-11x2+12=0 solve the above equation.
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Would you please show me how to solve this story problem. Eye color is determined by genetic combination. Let R represent the gene for brown eyes and l represent the gene for...
(6mn+5n)(6m-5n) =36m2-30mn+30nm-25n =36m2-25n
I am having issues with how to word out this whole thing, math is one of my most weakest link as a student especially when it comes to explaining a problem out. I need help simplifying (3x2 -4x +7)...
solve the polynomial equation using synthetic division.
A television set has a diagonal measuring 36 inches. If one of the sides measures x inches, write an equation giving the length of the other side
Write a polynomial giving the difference in revenue generate by selling x shirt at a price of $y and selling x+10 shirts at the same price
Can someone show me how to determine which of the following is a factor of the polynomial x^-x-20?
is it possible to multiply a polynomial of degree 2 by a polynomial of degree 2 and have the product be a polynomial of degree 3?
If so, give an example. If not, explain why not.
write 4r+3-9r^2+7r in standard form
Remainder Theorem Before tackling Remainder theorem, you might want to revisit long division (also known as synthetic division) and quadratic equations. Just like numbers, polynomials can be divided through by numbers. The Remainder Theorem is a useful mathematical theorem that can be used to factorize polynomials of any degree in a neat and fast manner. The Remainder Theorem... read more
Polynomials A polynomial is defined as an expression of finite length consisting of variables with only positive whole number exponents. For example: is a polynomial of degree 2. The degree of a polynomial is the exponent of the leading term of the polynomial. In the polynomial above, each of the following refers to one term; is one term; 4x is another term; and 4 is... read more
Factor Theorem Written by tutor Eric J. Overview of the Factor Theorem The Factor Theorem is an algebraic topic that involves finding the roots (or zeros) of a polynomial function. There are two methods that one can use in discovering the roots: Trial and Error Method Berry Method (for binomial functions only) The definition for factor theorem is for a function, f(x)... read more