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Lauren Richards 2 years, 2 months ago
- Remember a full stop at the end of the question in part a).
- I think it is a really good question, and I can't really find anything wrong with it!
- Would maybe be quite good if you could add a second part, increasing in difficulty, but it is up to you! It really is fine as it is.
Aiden McCall 2 years, 2 months ago
Possible name change: Factor Theorem on a polynomial MCQ
If you would like it written in a simpler way.
Typo, 'Factor of f(x)' rather than Factors.
Nothing to change here. Personally I would remove the commas after each line of the equation but they do not need to be omitted.
|Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||Ready to use||Elliott Fletcher||01/08/2017 14:20|
|Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||Breanne Chryst||09/08/2017 12:05|
|Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||Adrian Jannetta||31/10/2017 11:17|
|Marlon's copy of Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||Marlon Arcila||03/02/2018 16:13|
|Amy's copy of Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||Amy Fracarossi||28/06/2018 01:10|
|Usa el teorema del factor para identificar factores de un polinomio||Ready to use||Luis Hernandez||14/01/2019 19:54|
|Factor Theorem to Find Factors||draft||Johnny Yi||30/04/2019 03:13|
|JD's copy of Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||JD Ichwan||21/05/2019 05:42|
|Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial||draft||Xiaodan Leng||11/07/2019 01:44|
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This question is used in the following exams:
- Algebra and functions by Elliott Fletcher in Elliott's workspace.
- Malcolm's copy of Algebra and functions by Malcolm Roberts in Malcolm's workspace.
- Apply the factor and remainder theorems by Christian Lawson-Perfect in Transition to university.
- P3 - Further Algebra by Rob Beckett in Rob's workspace.
- Ryan's copy of Algebra and functions by Ryan Poling in Ryan's workspace.
- Factor and remainder theorems by Simon Thomas in Algebra.
- Possible applicable questions from previous year by Tom Bold in Transition to university maths.