Q: When the polynomial p(x) is evaluated at x 9 the result is 6?

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It is px - 6.

-2 and -6

-6 Check: -6+4-6+8 = 0

6+6=12 Boom polynomial

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It is px - 6.

For example, if you divide a polynomial of degree 2 by a polynomial of degree 1, you'll get a result of degree 1. Similarly, you can divide a polynomial of degree 4 by one of degree 2, a polynomial of degree 6 by one of degree 3, etc.

It is called a sextic polynomial.

1-6 evaluated = -5

-2 and -6

Yes

-6 Check: -6+4-6+8 = 0

x.x-5x+6

6 electrons in 3 orbitals of p-sublevel: px, py and pz

6+6=12 Boom polynomial

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3(7x-6)