Use synthetic division to show that 1 2 is a solution of 6x3 + x2 - 4x + 1 = 0. Then solve the polynomial equation.

L11 - 14 x (shortcut)x→−∞im √ 2 Ignore the lower term(s)! 2x − 4x x mix→−∞ 2x −| 2x| x mix→−∞ 2x +2 x 1 = 4...

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Problem 48

Use synthetic division to show that 1 2 is a solution of 6x3 + x2 - 4x + 1 = 0. Then solve the polynomial equation.

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##### Textbook: Intermediate Algebra for College Students

##### Edition: 6

##### Author: Robert F. Blitzer

##### ISBN: 9780321758934

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L11 - 14 x (shortcut)x→−∞im √ 2 Ignore the lower term(s)! 2x − 4x x mix→−∞ 2x −| 2x| x mix→−∞ 2x +2 x 1 = 4...

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###### Chapter Chapter 6, Problem 48 is Solved

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