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Mathematics / Polynomials - Remainder and Factor Theorem

Mathematics / Polynomials - Remainder and Factor Theorem

A polynomial is a mathematical expression that consists of variables and constants combined using addition, subtraction and multiplication. Variables may have non-negative integer exponents. Although division by a constant is allowed, division by a variable is not allowed.

The degree of a polynomial is the exponent of the highest degree term.

• A polynomial of degree 0 is called a constant polynomial.
• A polynomial of degree 1 is called a linear polynomial.
• A polynomial of degree 2 is called a quadratic polynomial.
• A polynomial of degree 3 is called a cubic polynomial.  Exercises
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• Polynomials

• Questions: 90 Graph of Quadratic and Cubic Polynomial

• Questions: 90 Division Algorithm of Polynomials

• Questions: 90
• Factor Theorem for Polynomials
• Factorization using Remainder Theorem
• Introduction to Polynomials - Remainder and Factor Theorem
• Review of Polynomials - Remainder and Factor Theorem