3 Problems: 1) Find all the possible roots... 2) Use the Remainder Theorem... 3) Use the factored form and the standard form to graph...
This resource can be used as a quiz or assignment. It could also be extra credit or something to keep that student busy that finishes early. Something interesting about problem #2 is that there are no rational roots for this problem. If you graph the problem on the calculator, you’ll see that there is a root, so it must be irrational. The students will not expect this to happen. This will keep them busy because it will require that they do 12 synthetic division problems!
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