5. Is (x - 2) a factor of x + 2x - 5x - 6? Answer: Yes This question was created from 04-03_task.docx
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need help in using the factor theorem to determine if the first polynomial is a factor of the second polynomial.

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16 (x- 2) is factor of x5+ 2x -5x - 6
then
x - 2 5
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x 2 2
and f ( 2 ) = 0
f (x ) = x3 + 2 x - 5x - 6
f ( 2 ) . 8 + 2 x 2 " - 5 X 2 - 6
= 8 + 8 - 10-6
2 16- 16
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f (2 ) = 0
Since f( 2 )
16 f...

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