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In transformation of roots i got that the roots need to be reduced by -1 to get an equation without the second term how do i find the new equation ?

then you're right, i guess we need to expand (x-1)^4
ok thanks a lot ur awesome !
np:) you want to learn synthetic division?
was just abt to post that q. gimme 2 sec
In the last few minutes, fill out all the unattended questions with some random option, preferably a or c for obvious reasons. - read this somewhere in tips for exams but couldnt figure out what are the obviuose reasons ? have any idea ?



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To reduce the roots of f(x) by k, simply replace x by x+k. That is, the roots of f(x+k) will be k less than the roots of f(x)
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