Polynomial Division - Synthetic

Use synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = x ^{3} - x^{2} - 14x + 24 ÷ (x-2)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = x ^{3} - 12x^{2} + 47x - 60 ÷ (x-4)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = x ^{3} - 3x^{2} - 9x + 27 ÷ (x-3)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = 25x ^{3} + 150x^{2} + 131x + 30 ÷ (x+5)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = 3x ^{3} - 4x^{2} - 9x + 10 ÷ (x-1)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = 6x ^{3} + 7x^{2} + 0x - 1 ÷ (x+1)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f (x) = 25x ^{4} - 40x^{3} - 19x^{2} - 2x + 0 ÷ (x-2)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{3}x^{2}xUse synthetic division to verify that the binomial is afactor. f(x) = 3x ^{3} + 4x^{2} - 35x - 12 ÷ (x+4)Enter the coefficients and signs for the resultingpolynomial: x^{2}x |

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