When x^3 + cx + d is divided by x + 1, the remainder is 3, and when it is divided by x 2, the remainder is -3. Determine the values of c and d.
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When x^3 + cx + d is divided by x + 1, the remainder is 3, and when it is divided by x − 2, the

remainder

is -3. Determine the values of c and d.


ans were c = -1 and d = 3 just not sure how to get those answers.


thanks!

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p ( x ) = x 3 + c x + d ; to divide p ( x ) ( x + 1 ) , the residue R = 3 , for the residue... View the full answer

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