


PolynomialsRemainder TheoremIf deg(P) ≥1 then P(x) = (x c)×Q + R, where R is a constant. Substituting x = c into the equation we see that R = P(c) Hence (x c) is a factor of P(x) if P(c) = 0. Example 7.Study these examples. Click on "Next Example" to see a new example. Then click on "P(c)" to see the polynomial P evaluated at c. Finally, click on "Is (x  c) a factor of P?" Exercise 10.Now try a few exercises on your own: 