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Hannah Aldous 2 years, 8 months ago
just a few pedantic things I picked up on,
feel like the title should maybe be 'finding the missing value of a constant in a polynomial using the factor theorem'?
in your advice you start with again, but I don't think this is necessary, but it's up to you.
not sure you need commas in between your lines of working, after m or 0.
not sure 'But g(2)=0' should be a sentence independently maybe join it to the sentence before with a comma.
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