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# Suppose \$f(x)\$ is a polynomial of degree \$4\$ or greater such that \$f(1)=2\$, \$f(2)=3\$, and \$f(3)=5\$. Find the remainder when \$f(x)\$ is divid

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Suppose \$f(x)\$ is a polynomial of degree \$4\$ or greater such that \$f(1)=2\$, \$f(2)=3\$, and \$f(3)=5\$.  Find the remainder when \$f(x)\$ is divided by \$(x-1)(x-2)(x-3)\$

michaelcai  Jan 26, 2018
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I just answered this here:

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/suppose-f-x-is-a-polynomial-of-degree-4-or-greater#r2

Please if you do not get an answer then the repost should contain the ADDRESS of the original question. Not the question itself.

Otherwise the question may get answered twice and people feel you are abusing their donated time when this happens.

If you do not like,  or do not understand, the original answer then try and explain why. (on the original post)

Melody  Jan 27, 2018
edited by Melody  Jan 27, 2018

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