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(Remainder Theorem).

When a \((x)\) is divided by \(x-k\) the remainder is \(a(k)\).


Proof.

The remainder theorem allows us easily to find factors of a polynomial.

Remember that a factor of a polynomial divides exactly into the polynomial i.e. has a remainder of \(0 .\)

So if we can find a value \(k\) which when substituted into the polynomial gives a value of 0 we know by the Remainder Theorem that this value is the remainder when dividing by \((x-k)\) so if the value is 0 we know \((x-k))\) is a factor.

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