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Polynomials Project

Polynomial a mathematical expression of one or more algebraic terms each of which consists of a constant multiplied by one or more variables raised to a nonnegative integral power (as a + bx + cx2)
Remainder Theorem a theorem in algebra: if f(x) is a polynomial in x then the remainder on dividing f(x) by x − a is f(a)
Conjugate : having features in common but opposite or inverse in some particular b : relating to or being conjugate complex numbers <complex roots occurring in conjugate pairs
Pascal's Triangle a system of numbers arranged in rows resembling a triangle with each row consisting of the coefficients in the expansion of (a + b)n for n = 0, 1, 2, 3,
Multiplicity the number of times a root of an equation or zero of a function occurs when there is more than one root or zero <the multiplicity of x = 2 for the equation (x − 2)3 = 0 is 3
complex conjugate
Created by: Markell19