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NotSoSmart  Dec 5, 2017
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21.    I believe we can use synthetic division if we have a linear factor as a divisor.....but....it might not always work if we have a divisor polynomial that cannot be factored into separate linear factors

 

22.   The conjugate  2  - √ 3  will also be a root.....this is always true  with roots of the form a + √ b

 

23.   If we have a single variable polynomial, the highest power  found on that variable is the polynomial degree

 

 

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CPhill  Dec 5, 2017

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