factoring polynomials
factoring polynomials
For the polynomial below, 3 is a zero. h(x)=x3+3x2-16x-6 Express h(x) as a product of linear factors.
(2/3x+4)(9x-12)
Given the expression –10p2q + 7p3q – 5q, do the following as instructed below: Write the polynomial in descending order. Classify the polynomial by the number of terms. State...
The length of a rectangle is 5 less than the width. Write a polynomial describing the area of a rectangle
Find a polynomial P(x) with real coefficients having a degree 4, leading coefficient 3, and zeros 4-i and 4i
Factor the following polynomials completely: A) 3x^4-12x^2 B) 4x^2-12x+9 C) 6x^2-x-12 D) 3x^3+3x^2y-18xy^2
Solve these polynomial equations: A) (2x-3)(3x-1)=0 B) x^2-3x=4
factor these polynomials completely: A) 8x^3+27 B) 16x^4-2x
factor these polynomials: A) 3x^2-75 B) x^2-3x+5x-15 C) x^2-7x+12
find these polynomial products: A) 2x(3x^2-4x+5) B) (2x+3)(2x-3) C) (2x-3)(2x-3) D) (2x+3)(x-2)
y= 4x^3 + 4x^2 - 7x +2 find all the real zeros. I dont know how to factor this fraction. I saw the Ac factoring thing but I didnt understand it. May someone explain to me please...
Adding Polynomials
multiply or divide the polynomial [a+(b+1)][a-(b+1)]
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this is to factorise
anatomy of polynomials: degrees & monomials
college algebra
x+1 1 ---- - ------- x(x-1) 2(x-1)
Hi guys I had a quick question? How do you determine the minimum degree of a function. Do you look at the roots or the extrema in the graph? If you do look at the x intercepts couldn't that answer...