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28 November, 14:15

Consider the polynomial function g (x) = x³-3x²+6x+8. Divide g by x+1.

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  1. 28 November, 16:01
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    Quotient (x² - 4x + 10)

    Reminder - 2

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We have to consider the polynomial function g (x) = x³ - 3x² + 6x + 8

    Now, we have to divide g (x) by (x+1)

    Let us arrange the terms of g (x) to get (x+1) as common.

    x³ - 3x² + 6x + 8

    = x³ + x² - 4x² - 4x + 10x + 10 - 2

    = x² (x + 1) - 4x (x + 1) + 10 (x + 1) - 2

    = (x + 1) (x² - 4x + 10) - 2

    Hence, if we divide g (x) by (x + 1) then the quotient will be (x² - 4x + 10) and the reminder will be - 2. (Answer)
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