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Divide using synthetic division (x^3-4x+1) / (x-5)

i got x^3 + 1^2 -9 Remainder: 46.

is it right?

i got x^3 + 1^2 -9 Remainder: 46.

is it right?

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Divide using synthetic division (x^3-4x+1) / (x-5)

i got x^3 + 1^2 -9 Remainder: 46.

is it right?

i got x^3 + 1^2 -9 Remainder: 46.

is it right?

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:O

Or is it 1x^3 - 9x^2 R: 46

?

Or is it 1x^3 - 9x^2 R: 46

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You are using synthitic division to divide a cubic by a linear term. Should not your result be a quadratic? None of the suggestions made so far are correct.

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As integral said it is not right. Why don't you show your work?

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