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Given a polynomial f(x), if (x + 3) is a factor, what else must be true?

Ralph Lopez

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Kyle Mckinney on April 24, 2018

If we assume that (x + a) is a factor of p(x), Thenfor x = -a, we getp(-A) = 0So to the factor (x + 3), if x = -3, thenp(-3) = 0This is actually the zero product property and this must be true. I hope that the answer will come to your help.


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