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Q: The polynomial x - 2 is a factor of the polynomial Fx equals 5x2 - 6x plus 4?

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(5x - 1)(x + 6)

= 5x2+70-16+9x-2 = 5x2+9x+52 = 5x2+9x1+52 This implies coefficient of degree 1 is 9. Ans.

9. And the word is minus, not minis.

(5x-6)(x-3)

5x2+500 = 844.45 5x2 = 844.45-500 5x2 = 344.45 x2 = 344.45/5 x2 = 68.89 x = the square root of 68.89 = 8.3 x = 8.3

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18 because, 5x2=10 10+8=18! Your welcome. It's not a problem at all. I love math!

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5x2 + 3x - 1 does not have rational factors.

= 5x2+70-16+9x-2 = 5x2+9x+52 = 5x2+9x1+52 This implies coefficient of degree 1 is 9. Ans.

I am assuming this is: .2x4 - 5x2 - 7x, which would be a Quartic Polynomial.

5x2 - 16x + 12 = 5x2 - 10x - 6x +12 = 5x(x - 2) - 6(x - 2) = (x - 2)(5x - 6) Whether or not these are in descending order depends on the value of x.