POLQ 1 | Lesson 2 | Practice (Synthetic Division) Solutions


1) \(x^2+6x+8\)

2) \(x-3\)

3) \(x^2+x-6\)

4) \(2x^2+6x+4\)

This problem can be solved by synthetic division but it takes some considering.   In this case the number outside would be \(\dfrac{1}{2}\).  Synthetic division is used later in the function unit to find zeros of the functions.

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