# Synthetic Division of Polynomials

## Concise method of dividing polynomials when the divisor is x minus a constant.

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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Overview

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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Example 1

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Polynomial Long Division
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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Example 2

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Synthetic Division
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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Example 3

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Write the function in the form f(x)=(x-k)q(x)+r for the given value of k
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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Example 4

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Use the remainder theorem and synthetic division to find the value of the function
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## Polynomials and Synthetic Division - Example 6

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Verify the given factors of the function and find the remaining factors of the function
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