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Synthetic Division

By Rene Pope and Paige Otway

Paige Otway

on 22 April 2011

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Transcript of Synthetic Division

Synthetic Division Synthetic Division is the process
of dividing polynomials Examples of Polynomials:
3x +2x +x
4x -5x +2x -4x +2
5x -3x +4 3 2 5 4 2 6 When dividing two polynomials, such
as 3x +2x +4 by x-2, solve for X on the
simplest polynomial (which is x-2). 3 2 Step One *All the coeffecients must be
represented in the equation. So
the polynomial will look like
3x + 2x + 0x + 4. Zero will serve as a
place holder for x
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