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Bell-ringer

Bell-ringer

Bell-ringer. Geometry Text. 7.3.2 Products and Factors of Polynomials. Objectives: 1).Divide one polynomial by another using long and synthetic division 2).Use the Remainder Theorem to solve problems. Definitons. Divisor -expression that you divide by

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University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham

School of Economics. University of Nottingham. Pre-sessional Mathematics Masters (MSc). Dr Maria Montero Dr Alex Possajennikov. Topic 1 Univariate Calculus. Univariate Calculus. Functions. f : X  Y. gives for each element x  X one element y  Y. y = f(x).

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SECTION 3.1

SECTION 3.1

SECTION 3.1. POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS AND MODELS. POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS. A polynomial is a function of the form f(x) = a n x n + a n-1 x n-1 + . . . + a 1 x + a 0 where a n , a n-1 , . . ., a 1 , a 0 are real numbers and n is a nonnegative integer.

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7.3.1 Products and Factors of Polynomials

7.3.1 Products and Factors of Polynomials

7.3.1 Products and Factors of Polynomials. Objectives: Multiply and factor polynomials Use the Factor Theorem to solve problems. Real-World Application. Objective: Multiply and factor polynomials. Real-World Application. Objective: Multiply and factor polynomials. Collins Type 1.

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