in division fact p (x)=g(x) .q(x)+r(x). if g(x) =q(x) and r(x) =0. show that p(x) is a perfect square.​

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in division fact p (x)=g(x) .q(x)+r(x). if g(x) =q(x) and r(x) =0. show that p(x) is a perfect square.​

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Remi 1 week 2021-09-07T12:02:54+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-09-07T12:03:56+00:00

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    division fact p (x)=g(x) .q(x)+r(x). if g(x) =q(x) and r(x) =0. show that p(x) is a perfect square.

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    2021-09-07T12:04:02+00:00

    Since,

    r(x) = 0

    p(x) = q(x) g(x) + 0

    p(x) = q(x) q(x) [g(x) = q(x)]

    p(x) = [q(x)] square

    So p(x) is perfect square of q(x)

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