If after finding all the factors of the product of the highest term's coefficient and the linear term, none of the can add or subtract to give the middle term then it is not factorable.
x^2 +5x+6 is factorable. 1x6; 2x3
2+3=5 so it can be factored.
x^2+7x+6 is factorable but
x^2+8x+6 is NOT factorable because 1 and 6 as well as 2 and 3 can't add up to the middle term.
Every nonzero whole number can be factored.
It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).
That trinomial is unfactorable (the roots are not integers).
You can evaluate a polynomial, you can factorise a polynomial, you can solve a polynomial equation. But a polynomial is not a specific question so it cannot be answered.
or is this question unfactorable and I have to use the quadratic formula??
No. A matrix polynomial is an algebraic expression in which the variable is a matrix. A polynomial matrix is a matrix in which each element is a polynomial.
Polynomial vs non polynomial time complexity
a polynomial of degree...............is called a cubic polynomial
Can be done.
"Non-polynomial" can mean just about anything... How alike it is with the polynomial depends on what specifically you choose to include.
Evaluating a polynomial is finding the value of the polynomial for a given value of the variable, usually denoted by x. Solving a polynomial equation is finding the value of the variable, x, for which the polynomial equation is true.
It will be a cubic polynomial.
The "roots" of a polynomial are the solutions of the equation polynomial = 0. That is, any value which you can replace for "x", to make the polynomial equal to zero.
My TI-84 fraction function says it is and I, looking at that unfactorable fraction, agree!
The degree of a polynomial is the highest exponent on any independent variable in the polynomial.
A polynomial of degree 0 is a polynomial without any variables, such as 9.
seventh degree polynomial x3 times x4 = x7
It means that you can do any of those operations, and again get a number from the set - in this case, a polynomial. Note that if you divide a polynomial by another polynomial, you will NOT always get a polynomial, so the set of polynomials is not closed under division.
The zero of a polynomial in the variable x, is a value of x for which the polynomial is zero. It is a value where the graph of the polynomial intersects the x-axis.
No.A polynomial is not a number. Do you mean can every number be represented by a polynomial?If so, the answer is still no.
That means that you divide one polynomial by another polynomial. Basically, if you have polynomials "A" and "B", you look for a polynomial "C" and a remainder "R", such that: B x C + R = A ... such that the remainder has a lower degree than polynomial "B", the polynomial by which you are dividing. For example, if you divide by a polynomial of degree 3, the remainder must be of degree 2 or less.
A cubic polynomial.
The value of a polynomial is determined by that of the variable.