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6.3 part 1 (for Jan 27 or 28 block day)

# 6.3 part 1 (for Jan 27 or 28 block day) - A silly way to...

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1 Objectives square6 Divide polynomials square6 Use polynomial division to determine if a linear expression is a factor of a given polynomial. Key Terms Divisor Dividend Quotient Remainder Review square6 Remember long division? square6 We use division to find factors of real numbers. We can use polynomial division to find linear factors of polynomials! 1684 5 40 5 Divide by 12 3 2 - + x x 3 - x A silly way to remember the steps: D addy - divide M ommy - multiply S ister - subtract B rother – bring down Divide
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Unformatted text preview: A silly way to remember the steps: D addy - divide M ommy - multiply S ister - subtract B rother – bring down Whoah! Our remainder was 0! What does that mean?? Is a factor of ? 8 6 2 + + x x 2 + x A silly way to remember the steps: D addy - divide M ommy - multiply S ister - subtract B rother – bring down One more. Divide, then say if the divisor is a factor of the dividend ) 2 ( ) 2 3 4 ( 2 3 + ÷ + +-x x x x...
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