Using synthetic division to identify zeroes of polynomials
This lesson uses synthetic division to divide polynomials and find zeros.
Shows you an example of how to perform algebraic long division.
Shows you an example of how to divide polynomials with remainders (long division with polynomials).
Shows a step-by-step solution to an example of synthetic division.
How to divide polynomials by synthetic division, as explained by James Sousa.
Write the function in the form f(x)=(x-k)q(x)+r for the given value of k
Use the remainder theorem and synthetic division to find the value of the function
Verify the given factors of the function and find the remaining factors of the function
Practice Synthetic Division of Polynomials questions
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