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    • January 13, 2010 Remainder Theorem
    • January 13, 2010 Remainder Theorem If P(x) is a polynomial and you divide it by a binomial x - a, then the remainder will be P(a) Let's see how it works!! Find the remainder both by using synthetic division and by using the remainder theorem
    • January 13, 2010 Find the remainder both by using synthetic division and by using the remainder theorem
    • January 13, 2010 Find the remainder both by using synthetic division and by using the remainder theorem
    • January 13, 2010 If we find the remainder to be 0, what does it tell us about the relationship between the binomial divisor and the polynomial?????
    • January 13, 2010 If you find the remainder to be 0 when dividing a polynomial by a binomial, then the binomial is a factor of the polynomial!!!!
    • January 13, 2010 Determine each value of k. (a) When x 3 + kx2 + 2x - 3 is divided by x + 2, the remainder is 1.
    • January 13, 2010