Exercise 3.

Factor the polynomial tex2html_wrap_inline25 . Note that f(-2)=0.


tex2html_wrap_inline29 .


Since f(-2)=0, f(x) has a linear factor of the form (x-(-2))=(x+2). Using long polynomial division, we see that


and consequently


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