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Stack #394992

polynomial a monomial or sum of monomials
remainder theorom if the remainder equals zero it is a factor if it doesnt it is not a factor
conjugate number pairs of the form a + sr of b
irrational root theorem if a + sr of b is a root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients then the conjugate a-srb also is a root
pascals triangle a pattern for finding the coefficients of the terms of a binomial expansion
multiplicity the number of times the related linear factor is repeated in the factored form of the polynomial
rational root theorem if p over q is in simplest form and is a rational root of the polynomial equatio with interger coefficents then p must be a factor of a zero and q must be a factor of a n
complex conjugate a + bi and a- bi
imaginary root theorem of a+bi is a root of a polynomial equation with real coefficients then the conjugate a-bi also is a root
Created by: nicole010493