Question 1a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance )


 Giles Tyler
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1 Quiz: Factoring by Graphing Question 1a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x3)(x6), (x6)(x3), (1x3)(1x6), (1x6)(1x3), (x3)*(x6), (x6)*(x3), (1x 3)*(1x6), (1x6)*(1x3), (x^13)(x^16), (x^16)(x^13), (1x^13)(1x^16), (1x^16)(1x^13), (x^13)*(x^16), (x^16)*(x^13), (1x^13)*(1x^16), (1x^16)*(1x^13) The correct answer is: (x  6)(x  3).
2 Question 1b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x4)(x6), (x6)(x4), (1x4)(1x6), (1x6)(1x4), (x4)*(x6), (x6)*(x4), (1x 4)*(1x6), (1x6)*(1x4), (x^14)(x^16), (x^16)(x^14), (1x^14)(1x^16), (1x^16)(1x^14), (x^14)*(x^16), (x^16)*(x^14), (1x^14)*(1x^16), (1x^16)*(1x^14) The correct answer is: (x  6)(x  4). Question 1c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x5)(x6), (x6)(x5), (1x5)(1x6), (1x6)(1x5), (x5)*(x6), (x6)*(x5), (1x 5)*(1x6), (1x6)*(1x5), (x^15)(x^16), (x^16)(x^15), (1x^15)(1x^16), (1x^16)(1x^15), (x^15)*(x^16), (x^16)*(x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^16), (1x^16)*(1x^15)
3 The correct answer is: (x  6)(x  5). Question 2a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x5)(x8), (x8)(x5), (1x5)(1x8), (1x8)(1x5), (x5)*(x8), (x8)*(x5), (1x 5)*(1x8), (1x8)*(1x5), (x^15)(x^18), (x^18)(x^15), (1x^15)(1x^18), (1x^18)(1x^15), (x^15)*(x^18), (x^18)*(x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^18), (1x^18)*(1x^15) The correct answer is: (x  5)(x  8).
4 Question 2b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x5)(x7), (x7)(x5), (1x5)(1x7), (1x7)(1x5), (x5)*(x7), (x7)*(x5), (1x 5)*(1x7), (1x7)*(1x5), (x^15)(x^17), (x^17)(x^15), (1x^15)(1x^17), (1x^17)(1x^15), (x^15)*(x^17), (x^17)*(x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^17), (1x^17)*(1x^15) The correct answer is: (x  5)(x  7). Question 2c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x4)(x7), (x7)(x4), (1x4)(1x7), (1x7)(1x4), (x4)*(x7), (x7)*(x4), (1x 4)*(1x7), (1x7)*(1x4), (x^14)(x^17), (x^17)(x^14), (1x^14)(1x^17), (1x^17)(1x^14), (x^14)*(x^17), (x^17)*(x^14), (1x^14)*(1x^17), (1x^17)*(1x^14)
5 The correct answer is: (x  4)(x  7). Question 3a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x1)(x7), (x7)(x1), (1x1)(1x7), (1x7)(1x1), (x1)*(x7), (x7)*(x1), (1x 1)*(1x7), (1x7)*(1x1), (x^11)(x^17), (x^17)(x^11), (1x^11)(1x^17), (1x^17)(1x^11), (x^11)*(x^17), (x^17)*(x^11), (1x^11)*(1x^17), (1x^17)*(1x^11) The correct answer is: (x  1)(x  7).
6 Question 3b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x1)(x8), (x8)(x1), (1x1)(1x8), (1x8)(1x1), (x1)*(x8), (x8)*(x1), (1x 1)*(1x8), (1x8)*(1x1), (x^11)(x^18), (x^18)(x^11), (1x^11)(1x^18), (1x^18)(1x^11), (x^11)*(x^18), (x^18)*(x^11), (1x^11)*(1x^18), (1x^18)*(1x^11) The correct answer is: (x  1)(x  8). Question 3c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x1)(x9), (x9)(x1), (1x1)(1x9), (1x9)(1x1), (x1)*(x9), (x9)*(x1), (1x 1)*(1x9), (1x9)*(1x1), (x^11)(x^19), (x^19)(x^11), (1x^11)(1x^19), (1x^19)(1x^11), (x^11)*(x^19), (x^19)*(x^11), (1x^11)*(1x^19), (1x^19)*(1x^11)
7 The correct answer is: (x  1)(x  9). Question 4a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) x(x6), (x+0)(x6), (x)(x6), (x0)(x6), (x6)(x0), (x6)(x+0), (x6)(x), (x6)x, (1x0)(1x6), (1x+0)(1x6), (1x)(1x6), 1x(1x6), (1x6)(1x0), (1x6)(1x+0), (1x6)(1x), (1x6)1x, (1x^10)(1x^16), (1x^1+0)(1x^16), (1x^1)(1x^16), 1x^1(1x^16), (1x^16)(1x^10), (1x^16)(1x^1+0), (1x^16)(1x^1), (1x^16)1x^1, (x^10)(x^16), (x^1+0)(x^16), (x^1)(x^16), x^1(x^16), (x^16)(x^10), (x^16)(x^1+0), (x^16)(x^1), (x^16)x^1, x*(x6), (x+0)*(x6), (x)*(x6), (x0)*(x6), (x6)*(x0), (x6)*(x+0), (x6)*(x), (x6)*x, (1x0)*(1x 6), (1x+0)*(1x6), (1x)*(1x6), 1x*(1x6), (1x6)*(1x0), (1x6)*(1x+0), (1x 6)*(1x), (1x6)*1x, (1x^10)*(1x^16), (1x^1+0)*(1x^16), (1x^1)*(1x^16), 1x^1*(1x^16), (1x^16)*(1x^10), (1x^16)*(1x^1+0), (1x^16)*(1x^1), (1x^16)*1x^1, (x^10)*(x^16), (x^1+0)*(x^16), (x^1)*(x^16), x^1*(x^16), (x^16)*(x^10), (x^16)*(x^1+0), (x^16)*(x^1), (x^16)*x^1 The correct answer is: x(x  6).
8 Question 4b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) x(x5), (x0)(x5), (x5)(x0), (x0)*(x5), (x5)*(x0), (1x0)(1x5), (1x5)(1x 0), (1x0)*(1x5), (1x5)*(1x0), x(x5), (x5)x, x*(x5), (x5)*x, 1x(1x5), (1x 5)1x, 1x*(1x5), (1x5)*1x, (x)(x5), (x5)(x), (x)*(x5), (x5)*(x), (1x)(1x5), (1x5)(1x), (1x)*(1x5), (1x5)*(1x), (x^10)(x^15), (x^15)(x^10), (x^10)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^10), (1x^10)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^10), (1x^10)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^10), x^1(x^15), (x^15)x^1, x^1*(x^15), (x^15)*x^1, 1x^1(1x^15), (1x^15)1x^1, 1x^1*(1x^15), (1x^15)*1x^1, (x^1)(x^15), (x^15)(x^1), (x^1)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^1), (1x^1)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^1), (1x^1)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^1) The correct answer is: x(x  5). Question 4c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) x(x4), (x+0)(x4), (x)(x4), (x0)(x4), (x4)(x0), (x4)(x+0), (x4)(x), (x4)x, (1x0)(1x4), (1x+0)(1x4), (1x)(1x4), 1x(1x4), (1x4)(1x0), (1x4)(1x+0), (1x4)(1x), (1x4)1x, (1x^10)(1x^14), (1x^1+0)(1x^14), (1x^1)(1x^14), 1x^1(1x^14), (1x^14)(1x^10), (1x^14)(1x^1+0), (1x^14)(1x^1), (1x^14)1x^1, (x^10)(x^14), (x^1+0)(x^14), (x^1)(x^14), x^1(x^14), (x^14)(x^10), (x^14)(x^1+0), (x^14)(x^1), (x^14)x^1, x*(x4), (x+0)*(x4), (x)*(x4), (x0)*(x4), (x4)*(x0), (x4)*(x+0), (x4)*(x), (x4)*x, (1x0)*(1x 4), (1x+0)*(1x4), (1x)*(1x4), 1x*(1x4), (1x4)*(1x0), (1x4)*(1x+0), (1x 4)*(1x), (1x4)*1x, (1x^10)*(1x^14), (1x^1+0)*(1x^14), (1x^1)*(1x^14), 1x^1*(1x^14), (1x^14)*(1x^10), (1x^14)*(1x^1+0), (1x^14)*(1x^1), (1x^14)*1x^1, (x^10)*(x^14), (x^1+0)*(x^14), (x^1)*(x^14), x^1*(x^14), (x^14)*(x^10), (x^14)*(x^1+0), (x^14)*(x^1), (x^14)*x^1
9 The correct answer is: x(x  4). Question 5a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x3)(x+3), (x+3)(x3), (1x3)(1x+3), (1x+3)(1x3), (x3)*(x+3), (x+3)*(x3), (1x3)*(1x+3), (1x+3)*(1x3), (x^13)(x^1+3), (x^1+3)(x^13), (1x^13)(1x^1+3), (1x^1+3)(1x^13), (x^13)*(x^1+3), (x^1+3)*(x^13), (1x^13)*(1x^1+3), (1x^1+3)*(1x^13) The correct answer is: (x  3)(x + 3).
10 Question 5b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x2)(x+2), (x+2)(x2), (1x2)(1x+2), (1x+2)(1x2), (x2)*(x+2), (x+2)*(x2), (1x2)*(1x+2), (1x+2)*(1x2), (x^12)(x^1+2), (x^1+2)(x^12), (1x^12)(1x^1+2), (1x^1+2)(1x^12), (x^12)*(x^1+2), (x^1+2)*(x^12), (1x^12)*(1x^1+2), (1x^1+2)*(1x^12) The correct answer is: (x  2)(x + 2). Question 5c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x4)(x+4), (x+4)(x4), (1x4)(1x+4), (1x+4)(1x4), (x4)*(x+4), (x+4)*(x4), (1x4)*(1x+4), (1x+4)*(1x4), (x^14)(x^1+4), (x^1+4)(x^14), (1x^14)(1x^1+4), (1x^1+4)(1x^14), (x^14)*(x^1+4), (x^1+4)*(x^14), (1x^14)*(1x^1+4), (1x^1+4)*(1x^14)
11 The correct answer is: (x  4)(x + 4). Question 6a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+5)(x+1), (x+1)(x+5), (1x+5)(1x+1), (1x+1)(1x+5), (x+5)*(x+1), (x+1)*(x+5), (1x+5)*(1x+1), (1x+1)*(1x+5), (x^1+5)(x^1+1), (x^1+1)(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)(1x^1+1), (1x^1+1)(1x^1+5), (x^1+5)*(x^1+1), (x^1+1)*(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)*(1x^1+1), (1x^1+1)*(1x^1+5) The correct answer is: (x + 5)(x + 1).
12 Question 6b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+5)(x+2), (x+2)(x+5), (1x+5)(1x+2), (1x+2)(1x+5), (x+5)*(x+2), (x+2)*(x+5), (1x+5)*(1x+2), (1x+2)*(1x+5), (x^1+5)(x^1+2), (x^1+2)(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)(1x^1+2), (1x^1+2)(1x^1+5), (x^1+5)*(x^1+2), (x^1+2)*(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)*(1x^1+2), (1x^1+2)*(1x^1+5) The correct answer is: (x + 5)(x + 2). Question 6c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+5)(x+3), (x+3)(x+5), (1x+5)(1x+3), (1x+3)(1x+5), (x+5)*(x+3), (x+3)*(x+5), (1x+5)*(1x+3), (1x+3)*(1x+5), (x^1+5)(x^1+3), (x^1+3)(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)(1x^1+3), (1x^1+3)(1x^1+5), (x^1+5)*(x^1+3), (x^1+3)*(x^1+5), (1x^1+5)*(1x^1+3), (1x^1+3)*(1x^1+5)
13 The correct answer is: (x + 5)(x + 3). Question 7a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x1)(x5)(x3), (x1)(x3)(x5), (x5)(x1)(x3), (x5)(x3)(x1), (x3)(x1)(x5), (x3)(x5)(x1), (1x1)(1x5)(1x3), (1x1)(1x3)(1x5), (1x5)(1x1)(1x3), (1x 5)(1x3)(1x1), (1x3)(1x1)(1x5), (1x3)(1x5)(1x1), (x1)*(x5)*(x3), (x 1)*(x3)*(x5), (x5)*(x1)*(x3), (x5)*(x3)*(x1), (x3)*(x1)*(x5), (x3)*(x 5)*(x1), (1x1)*(1x5)*(1x3), (1x1)*(1x3)*(1x5), (1x5)*(1x1)*(1x3), (1x5)*(1x3)*(1x1), (1x3)*(1x1)*(1x5), (1x3)*(1x5)*(1x1), (x^11)(x^15)(x^13), (x^11)(x^13)(x^15), (x^15)(x^11)(x^13), (x^15)(x^13)(x^11), (x^13)(x^11)(x^15), (x^13)(x^15)(x^11), (1x^11)(1x^15)(1x^13), (1x^11)(1x^13)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^11)(1x^13), (1x^15)(1x^13)(1x^11), (1x^13)(1x^11)(1x^15), (1x^13)(1x^15)(1x^11), (x^11)*(x^15)*(x^13), (x^11)*(x^13)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^11)*(x^13), (x^15)*(x^13)*(x^11), (x^13)*(x^11)*(x^15), (x^13)*(x^15)*(x^11), (1x^11)*(1x^15)*(1x^13), (1x^11)*(1x^13)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^11)*(1x^13), (1x^15)*(1x^13)*(1x^11), (1x^13)*(1x^11)*(1x^15), (1x^13)*(1x^15)*(1x^11)
14 The correct answer is: (x  1)(x  5)(x  3). Question 7b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x2)(x5)(x3), (x2)(x3)(x5), (x5)(x2)(x3), (x5)(x3)(x2), (x3)(x2)(x5), (x3)(x5)(x2), (1x2)(1x5)(1x3), (1x2)(1x3)(1x5), (1x5)(1x2)(1x3), (1x 5)(1x3)(1x2), (1x3)(1x2)(1x5), (1x3)(1x5)(1x2), (x2)*(x5)*(x3), (x 2)*(x3)*(x5), (x5)*(x2)*(x3), (x5)*(x3)*(x2), (x3)*(x2)*(x5), (x3)*(x 5)*(x2), (1x2)*(1x5)*(1x3), (1x2)*(1x3)*(1x5), (1x5)*(1x2)*(1x3), (1x5)*(1x3)*(1x2), (1x3)*(1x2)*(1x5), (1x3)*(1x5)*(1x2), (x^12)(x^15)(x^13), (x^12)(x^13)(x^15), (x^15)(x^12)(x^13), (x^15)(x^13)(x^12), (x^13)(x^12)(x^15), (x^13)(x^15)(x^12), (1x^12)(1x^15)(1x^13), (1x^12)(1x^13)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^12)(1x^13), (1x^15)(1x^13)(1x^12), (1x^13)(1x^12)(1x^15), (1x^13)(1x^15)(1x^12), (x^12)*(x^15)*(x^13), (x^12)*(x^13)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^12)*(x^13), (x^15)*(x^13)*(x^12), (x^13)*(x^12)*(x^15), (x^13)*(x^15)*(x^12), (1x^12)*(1x^15)*(1x^13), (1x^12)*(1x^13)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^12)*(1x^13), (1x^15)*(1x^13)*(1x^12), (1x^13)*(1x^12)*(1x^15), (1x^13)*(1x^15)*(1x^12) The correct answer is: (x  2)(x  5)(x  3).
15 Question 7c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x2)(x3)(x4), (x2)(x4)(x3), (x4)(x2)(x3), (x4)(x3)(x2), (x3)(x2)(x4), (x3)(x4)(x2), (1x2)(1x4)(1x3), (1x2)(1x3)(1x4), (1x4)(1x2)(1x3), (1x 4)(1x3)(1x2), (1x3)(1x2)(1x4), (1x3)(1x4)(1x2), (x2)*(x4)*(x3), (x 2)*(x3)*(x4), (x4)*(x2)*(x3), (x4)*(x3)*(x2), (x3)*(x2)*(x4), (x3)*(x 4)*(x2), (1x2)*(1x4)*(1x3), (1x2)*(1x3)*(1x4), (1x4)*(1x2)*(1x3), (1x4)*(1x3)*(1x2), (1x3)*(1x2)*(1x4), (1x3)*(1x4)*(1x2), (x^12)(x^14)(x^13), (x^12)(x^13)(x^14), (x^14)(x^12)(x^13), (x^14)(x^13)(x^12), (x^13)(x^12)(x^14), (x^13)(x^14)(x^12), (1x^12)(1x^14)(1x^13), (1x^12)(1x^13)(1x^14), (1x^14)(1x^12)(1x^13), (1x^14)(1x^13)(1x^12), (1x^13)(1x^12)(1x^14), (1x^13)(1x^14)(1x^12), (x^12)*(x^14)*(x^13), (x^12)*(x^13)*(x^14), (x^14)*(x^12)*(x^13), (x^14)*(x^13)*(x^12), (x^13)*(x^12)*(x^14), (x^13)*(x^14)*(x^12), (1x^12)*(1x^14)*(1x^13), (1x^12)*(1x^13)*(1x^14), (1x^14)*(1x^12)*(1x^13), (1x^14)*(1x^13)*(1x^12), (1x^13)*(1x^12)*(1x^14), (1x^13)*(1x^14)*(1x^12) The correct answer is: (x  2)(x  3)(x  4).
16 Question 8a of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+1)(x5)(x8), (x+1)(x8)(x5), (x5)(x+1)(x8), (x5)(x8)(x+1), (x8)(x+1)(x 5), (x8)(x5)(x+1), (1x+1)(1x5)(1x8), (1x+1)(1x8)(1x5), (1x5)(1x+1)(1x 8), (1x5)(1x8)(1x+1), (1x8)(1x+1)(1x5), (1x8)(1x5)(1x+1), (x+1)*(x 5)*(x8), (x+1)*(x8)*(x5), (x5)*(x+1)*(x8), (x5)*(x8)*(x+1), (x 8)*(x+1)*(x5), (x8)*(x5)*(x+1), (1x+1)*(1x5)*(1x8), (1x+1)*(1x8)*(1x 5), (1x5)*(1x+1)*(1x8), (1x5)*(1x8)*(1x+1), (1x8)*(1x+1)*(1x5), (1x 8)*(1x5)*(1x+1), (x^1+1)(x^15)(x^18), (x^1+1)(x^18)(x^15), (x^15)(x^1+1)(x^18), (x^15)(x^18)(x^1+1), (x^18)(x^1+1)(x^15), (x^18)(x^15)(x^1+1), (1x^1+1)(1x^15)(1x^18), (1x^1+1)(1x^18)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^1+1)(1x^18), (1x^15)(1x^18)(1x^1+1), (1x^18)(1x^1+1)(1x^15), (1x^18)(1x^15)(1x^1+1), (x^1+1)*(x^15)*(x^18), (x^1+1)*(x^18)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^1+1)*(x^18), (x^15)*(x^18)*(x^1+1), (x^18)*(x^1+1)*(x^15), (x^18)*(x^15)*(x^1+1), (1x^1+1)*(1x^15)*(1x^18), (1x^1+1)*(1x^18)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^1+1)*(1x^18), (1x^15)*(1x^18)*(1x^1+1), (1x^18)*(1x^1+1)*(1x^15), (1x^18)*(1x^15)*(1x^1+1) The correct answer is: (x + 1)(x  5)(x  8).
17 Question 8b of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+2)(x5)(x8), (x+2)(x8)(x5), (x5)(x+2)(x8), (x5)(x8)(x+2), (x8)(x+2)(x 5), (x8)(x5)(x+2), (1x+2)(1x5)(1x8), (1x+2)(1x8)(1x5), (1x5)(1x+2)(1x 8), (1x5)(1x8)(1x+2), (1x8)(1x+2)(1x5), (1x8)(1x5)(1x+2), (x+2)*(x 5)*(x8), (x+2)*(x8)*(x5), (x5)*(x+2)*(x8), (x5)*(x8)*(x+2), (x 8)*(x+2)*(x5), (x8)*(x5)*(x+2), (1x+2)*(1x5)*(1x8), (1x+2)*(1x8)*(1x 5), (1x5)*(1x+2)*(1x8), (1x5)*(1x8)*(1x+2), (1x8)*(1x+2)*(1x5), (1x 8)*(1x5)*(1x+2), (x^1+2)(x^15)(x^18), (x^1+2)(x^18)(x^15), (x^15)(x^1+2)(x^18), (x^15)(x^18)(x^1+2), (x^18)(x^1+2)(x^15), (x^18)(x^15)(x^1+2), (1x^1+2)(1x^15)(1x^18), (1x^1+2)(1x^18)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^1+2)(1x^18), (1x^15)(1x^18)(1x^1+2), (1x^18)(1x^1+2)(1x^15), (1x^18)(1x^15)(1x^1+2), (x^1+2)*(x^15)*(x^18), (x^1+2)*(x^18)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^1+2)*(x^18), (x^15)*(x^18)*(x^1+2), (x^18)*(x^1+2)*(x^15), (x^18)*(x^15)*(x^1+2), (1x^1+2)*(1x^15)*(1x^18), (1x^1+2)*(1x^18)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^1+2)*(1x^18), (1x^15)*(1x^18)*(1x^1+2), (1x^18)*(1x^1+2)*(1x^15), (1x^18)*(1x^15)*(1x^1+2) The correct answer is: (x + 2)(x  5)(x  8).
18 Question 8c of 14 ( 2 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) (x+3)(x5)(x8), (x+3)(x8)(x5), (x5)(x+3)(x8), (x5)(x8)(x+3), (x8)(x+3)(x 5), (x8)(x5)(x+3), (1x+3)(1x5)(1x8), (1x+3)(1x8)(1x5), (1x5)(1x+3)(1x 8), (1x5)(1x8)(1x+3), (1x8)(1x+3)(1x5), (1x8)(1x5)(1x+3), (x+3)*(x 5)*(x8), (x+3)*(x8)*(x5), (x5)*(x+3)*(x8), (x5)*(x8)*(x+3), (x 8)*(x+3)*(x5), (x8)*(x5)*(x+3), (1x+3)*(1x5)*(1x8), (1x+3)*(1x8)*(1x 5), (1x5)*(1x+3)*(1x8), (1x5)*(1x8)*(1x+3), (1x8)*(1x+3)*(1x5), (1x 8)*(1x5)*(1x+3), (x^1+3)(x^15)(x^18), (x^1+3)(x^18)(x^15), (x^15)(x^1+3)(x^18), (x^15)(x^18)(x^1+3), (x^18)(x^1+3)(x^15), (x^18)(x^15)(x^1+3), (1x^1+3)(1x^15)(1x^18), (1x^1+3)(1x^18)(1x^15), (1x^15)(1x^1+3)(1x^18), (1x^15)(1x^18)(1x^1+3), (1x^18)(1x^1+3)(1x^15), (1x^18)(1x^15)(1x^1+3), (x^1+3)*(x^15)*(x^18), (x^1+3)*(x^18)*(x^15), (x^15)*(x^1+3)*(x^18), (x^15)*(x^18)*(x^1+3), (x^18)*(x^1+3)*(x^15), (x^18)*(x^15)*(x^1+3), (1x^1+3)*(1x^15)*(1x^18), (1x^1+3)*(1x^18)*(1x^15), (1x^15)*(1x^1+3)*(1x^18), (1x^15)*(1x^18)*(1x^1+3), (1x^18)*(1x^1+3)*(1x^15), (1x^18)*(1x^15)*(1x^1+3) The correct answer is: (x + 3)(x  5)(x  8). Question 9a of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) graph You can also use the of a polynomial to help you find its factors.
19 The correct answer is: graph. Question 9b of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) factors, roots, factor You can also use the graph of a polynomial to help you find its. The correct answer is: factors. Question 9c of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of a polynomial and their importance ) graph You can also use the of a polynomial to help you find its factors. The correct answer is: graph. Question 10a of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) higher Finding roots by graphing not only works for quadratic (that is, seconddegree) polynomials, but polynomials of degree as well.
20 The correct answer is: higher. Question 10b of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) higher Finding roots by graphing not only works for quadratic (that is, seconddegree) polynomials, but polynomials of degree as well. The correct answer is: higher. Question 10c of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) higher Finding roots by graphing not only works for quadratic (that is, seconddegree) polynomials, but polynomials of degree as well. The correct answer is: higher. Question 11a of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) *A. True Choice Feedback B. False TrueFalse Polynomials with the same roots can have different graphs. The correct answer is: True.
21 Question 11b of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) A. True Choice Feedback *B. False TrueFalse Polynomials with the same roots always have the same graphs. The correct answer is: False. Question 11c of 14 ( 1 Explaining how different polynomials can have the same roots ) A. True Choice Feedback *B. False TrueFalse Polynomials with the same graph can have different roots. The correct answer is: False. Question 12a of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) b To find the factors of a polynomial from its graph, follow this rule: If the number is a root of a polynomial, then x  b is a factor. The correct answer is: b. Question 12b of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) a To find the factors of a polynomial from its graph, follow this rule: If the number is a root of a polynomial, then x  a is a factor.
22 The correct answer is: a. Question 12c of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) c To find the factors of a polynomial from its graph, follow this rule: If the number is a root of a polynomial, then x  c is a factor. The correct answer is: c. Question 13a of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) A. True Choice Feedback *B. False TrueFalse A polynomial's roots are the values at which the graph of a polynomial meets the yaxis. The correct answer is: False. Question 13b of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) *A. True Choice Feedback B. False TrueFalse A polynomial's real roots are the values at which the graph of a polynomial meets the xaxis. The correct answer is: True.
23 Question 13c of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) *A. True Choice Feedback B. False TrueFalse A polynomial's real roots are the values at which the graph of a polynomial meets the xaxis. The correct answer is: True. Question 14a of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) zeros, zeroes These values are also called, because they are the values at which the equation equals zero. The correct answer is: zeros. Question 14b of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) zeros, zeroes These values are also called, because they are the values at which the equation equals zero. The correct answer is: zeros.
24 Question 14c of 14 ( 1 Identifying the roots of polynomials and their importance ) zeros, zeroes These values are also called, because they are the values at which the equation equals zero. The correct answer is: zeros.
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