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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

Polynomial Exponents Lessons The previous lesson explained how to simplify exponents of a single term inside parentheses, like the problem below. (x3y4)5 This lesson covers how to simplify exponents on parentheses that contain a polynomial (more than one term), like the problem below. (x3 + y4)2 Because the two terms inside parentheses are not being multiplied... 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

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