Remainder Theorem: If a polynomial f(x) is divided by x-r, the remainder is equal to the value of the polynomial where r is substituted for x. Divide the polynomial by x-r until the remainder, which may be zero is independent of x. Denote the quotient by Q(x) and the remainder by R. Then according to the meaning of the division, f(x) = (x-r) Q(x) + R.
Zeros of the polynomial with its functions and how to solve the real and complex of zeros of the polynomial.
What factorizing a polynomial means and how to factorize a simple polynomial and quadratic polynomial using the GCF of the expression. Explained with illustrative examples.
How to multiply polynomials. Understand with examples by multiplying monomial with monomial, monomial with binomial, binomial with binomial using FOIL and binomial with trinomial
Addition and subtraction of polynomials with different steps to be followed while solving that expression.
Polynomial is being categorized according to the number of terms and the degree present. Polynomial equations are the equation that contains monomial, binomial, trinomial and also the higher order polynomial.
The word “Polynomial” is originated from 2 word – “Poly” and “Nomial”. Poly means “many”, nominal refer to “terms”. The meaning of polynomial is associated expression that has several terms. It is defined as a single term or a sum of the finite number of the term.