MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# When [tex]2x^3-4x^2-5x-2[/tex] is divided by [tex](x-1)(x+2)[/tex], the remainder is [tex](ax+b)[/tex]. This result may be expressed as the identity[tex]2x^3-4x^2-5x-2[/tex]β‘[tex](x-1)(x+2)Q(x)+ax+b[/tex]where Q(x) is the quotient.a) State the degree of Q(x).b) By substituting suitable values of x, find a and b.

Accepted Solution

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Answer:a=5b=-14 I'm not sure if this is what ur lookin for but this is supposed to be the answer