Tag Archives: synthetic division

Math Analysis – Factor Theorem on polynomials

By | March 4, 2017

Factor Theorem In this tutorial the students will learn how to use the Factor Theorem.  The factor theorem can be use  to prove that a binomial is a factor of a polynomial.  The students will accomplish this by using synthetic and long division. Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) AII.8 The student will investigate and describe the relationships… Read More »

Math Analysis – Synthetic Division on a polynomial

By | March 2, 2017

How to use Synthetic Division to solve a polynomial In this tutorial the student will learn how to use synthetic division and the quadratic equation to solve a polynomial.  The student will learn how to find all of the solutions.  The solutions to polynomials are also called zeros.  In this particular polynomial the student is given one of the zeros… Read More »

Math Analysis – Remainder Theorem

By | November 7, 2016

Remainder Theorem In this tutorial the student is given a polynomial and an input value.  The student will then evaluate the polynomial using the given input value.  The student will accomplish this by using synthetic division, the Remainder Theorem and basic substitution to verify the result. Solution The process of synthetic division will result in the… Read More »