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Factorise: 1.X2 + x/6 1/6 (x-squre + x by 6 - 1 by 6) 2.2X2 -x + 1/8 Factorise: 1.X^{2 }+ x/6 1/6 (x-squre + x by 6 - 1 by 6) 2.2X^{2 }-x + 1/8 ^{ } ^{ } Asked by Rudra Amin on 21/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

the 5th question in the topic test for 'values of polynomials at different points' concerns zeroe...the 5th question in the topic test for 'values of polynomials at different points' concerns zeroes of a polynomial which is the next topic.Asked by Anushpa Das on 21/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

what happen with -1 behind (2+ root 2) what happen with -1 behind (2+ root 2) Asked by Nikhil Gautam on 20/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

if the zeros of the polynomial p(x) = x2 + kx + 12 differ by unity, find the value.if the zeros of the polynomial p(x) = x2 + kx + 12 differ by unity, find the value.Asked by Jerlin on 20/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

Based on 5 situations, frame 5 questions on polynomials and answer the following questions-:a) Fi...Based on 5 situations, frame 5 questions on polynomials and answer the following questions-:a) Find the degree of polynomial and classify it as cubic or quadratic or linear. b) Classify it as a monomial or binomial or trinomial. c) Find the maximum number of zeroes it can have. The 5 situations are: 1) The cube of a number added to 5 times the number and any constant subtracted from it. 2) Twice the number of candies in a person's bag added to square of the number of candies in his her bag. 3) Four times the cube of any negative integer. 4) A number and its square added or subtracted. 5) Twice the cube of a number added to thrice the square of it and the number and a constant subtracted from itAsked by Eliza Rose + 1 more on 20/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

i cant understand what is zero of a polynomial??i cant understand what is zero of a polynomial??Asked by Isha on 20/4/14 Subject:Math 3 Answers

what is the difference between remainder theorm and factor theormwhat is the difference between remainder theorm and factor theormAsked by Jayesh on 20/4/14 Subject:Math 3 Answers

Write an expansion :- a) { 6m/7 - 7n/3 + 2 } Write an expansion :- a) { 6m/7 - 7n/3 + 2 } Asked by Rudra Amin on 19/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

what is polynomial in one variable ? please explain in detailwhat is polynomial in one variable ? please explain in detailAsked by Isha on 19/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

If -1 is a zero of polynomial p (x) ax3 - x2 + x +4 find the value of aIf -1 is a zero of polynomial p (x) ax^{3 }- x^{2} + x +4 find the value of aAsked by Wilson Fernande... on 19/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

If ax3+bx2+x-6 has (x+2) as a factor and leaves a remainder 4 when divided by (x-2), find the val...If ax^{3}+bx^{2}+x-6 has (x+2) as a factor and leaves a remainder 4 when divided by (x-2), find the values of a and b.Asked by Nimrat Kaur on 19/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer