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Remainder theorem -f(x) ÷ g(x) = q(x) with a remainder of r(x) can be rearranged to
- so if you make the divisor equal
to 0, seeing as it is multiplied with the quotient, the quotient will also be equal to 0, and
you'll be left with the remainder -…

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Remainder theorem -f(x) ÷ g(x) = q(x) with a remainder of r(x) can be rearranged to
- so if you make the divisor equal
to 0, seeing as it is multiplied with the quotient, the quotient will also be equal to 0, and
you'll be left with the remainder -…

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thank you jesus