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Degree of polynomial |
Polynomial |

1 |
x^{5} -3x^{2} +1 |

2 |
x-1 |

3 |
x^{4}-3x^{2}+2+ 3x^{3} |

4 |
x^{2} -2x-1 |

5 |
1-3x^{3} |

type of polynomial |
Polynomial |

monomial |
x^{5} -3x^{2} +1 |

binomial |
x-1 |

trinomial |
x^{4}-3x^{2}+2+ 3x^{3} |

No appropriate match |
x^{2} -2x-1 |

3x^{3} |

P(x)=5x

P(0) |
P(1) |
P(5) |
P(-1) |
P(-2) |

1) Find the remainder when x

b)5

c)2

d)3

Solution ( c)

2) Which of these identities is not true?

Solution (d)

- P(x) =x-1 and g(x) =x
^{2}-2x +1 . p(x) is a factor of g(x) - The factor of 3x
^{2}–x-4 are (x+1)(3x-4) - Every linear polynomial has only one zero
- Every real number is the zero’s of zero polynomial
- A binomial may have degree 4
- 0,2 are the zeroes of x
^{2}-2x - The degree of zero polynomial is not defined

- True, as g(1)=0
- True, we can get this by split method
- True
- True
- True , example x
^{4}+1 - True
- True

- x
^{2}+9x+18 - 3x
^{3}–x^{2}-3x+1 - x
^{3}-23x^{2}+142x-120 - 1+8x
^{3}

a) (x+6)(x+3)

b) )(3x-1)(x-1)(x+1)

c)(x-1)(x-10)(x-12)

d) (2x+1)(4x

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