if (x-1) is a factor of polynomial f(x) but not of g(x),it must be a factor of which of the following polynomials?(step by step) a) f(x) g(x

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if (x-1) is a factor of polynomial f(x) but not of g(x),it must be a factor of which of the following polynomials?(step by step) a) f(x) g(x) b) -f(x)+g(x) c) f(x)-g(x) d) {f(x)+g(x)}g(x)

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Lyla 1 month 2021-08-12T13:07:39+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-08-12T13:08:46+00:00

    Answer:

    No need of complicated steps for this problem;

    Just take a small example to make it easier for you,

    4 is a factor of 12 but not 18;

    The first 3 options are the same thing ;

    subtacting g[x] from f[x] ;

    So, it is clear that the answer is [d];

    But how?

    Well;

    Let’s continue with our example;

    Option [d]: [ f[x] + g[x] ] g[x].

    [12 + 18] 18

    = 30 x 18

    = 540

    Now , 4 is definetly the factor of 540.  [ 4 x 135 = 540 ]

    Wheather polynomials, expressions or linear equations , it is always the same thing with numbers!

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