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Mastering Basic Algebra

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Keep developing your algebra skills in this lesson, and learn how to divide polynomials. Learn two methods for this division: long and synthetic division.
with Al RichardsKeep developing your algebra skills in this lesson, and learn how to divide polynomials. Learn two methods for this division: long and synthetic division.

5 CQ
If you are wondering how to find remainders in algebraic division, then this is the lesson! Learn how the Remainder Theorem works, and when to put it to use.
with Al RichardsIf you are wondering how to find remainders in algebraic division, then this is the lesson! Learn how the Remainder Theorem works, and when to put it to use.

6 CQ
The Factor Theorem states: If a polynomial P(x) is divided by x – a, and P(a) = 0, then x – a is a factor of P(x). What does that mean? Learn in this lesson!
with Al RichardsThe Factor Theorem states: If a polynomial P(x) is divided by x – a, and P(a) = 0, then x – a is a factor of P(x). What does that mean? Learn in this lesson!

7 CQ
In this lesson, review polynomial functions, families of functions, and learn to interpret graphic depictions of polynomials and find the equation for a curve.
with Al RichardsIn this lesson, review polynomial functions, families of functions, and learn to interpret graphic depictions of polynomials and find the equation for a curve.

10 CQ
In this lesson, learn to use factoring and division of polynomials to solve polynomial equations, including second degree (and up to fifth degree) polynomials.
with Al RichardsIn this lesson, learn to use factoring and division of polynomials to solve polynomial equations, including second degree (and up to fifth degree) polynomials.
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