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13 January, 04:17

This problem has two parts, Part A and Part B.

Part A: Use the Remainder Theorem to find the remainder when p (x) = x3+4x2+5x+2 is divided by x+1.

Part B: Then, use the Factor Theorem to determine whether x+1 is a factor of p (x) = x3+4x2+5x+2.

Select one answer for Part A and one answer for Part B.

A options

A: The remainder is 12.

A: The remainder is 0.

A: The remainder is 2.

B options

B: Yes, x+1 is a factor of p (x).

B: No, x+1 is not a factor of p (x).

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  1. 13 January, 05:40
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    A: The remainder is 2

    B: No x+1 is not a factor
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