The answer is then the same as the first example 5 x3

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Unformatted text preview: ded to be put somewhere and this chapter seemed like as good a place as any. Here is a brief listing of the material in this chapter. Dividing Polynomials – We’ll review some of the basics of dividing polynomials in this section. Zeroes/Roots of Polynomials – In this section we’ll define just what zeroes/roots of polynomials are and give some of the more important facts concerning them. Graphing Polynomials – Here we will give a process that will allow us to get a rough sketch of some polynomials. Finding Zeroes of Polynomials – We’ll look at a process that will allow us to find some of the zeroes of a polynomial and in special cases all of the zeroes. Partial Fractions – In this section we will take a look at the process of partial fractions and finding the partial fraction decomposition of a rational expression. © 2007 Paul Dawkins 244 http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/terms.aspx College Algebra Dividing Polynomials In this section we’re going to take a brief look at dividing polynomials. This is something that we’ll be doing off and on throughout the rest of this chapter and so we’ll need to be able to do this. Let’s do a q...
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