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Self-Quiz:  Synthetic Division & Factor Theorem



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Which is the correct way to set up mc001-1.jpg for synthetic division?
a.
mc001-2.jpg
c.
mc001-4.jpg
b.
mc001-3.jpg
d.
None of these.
 

 2. 

Which is the correct way to set up mc002-1.jpg for synthetic division?
a.
mc002-3.jpg
c.
mc002-5.jpg
b.
mc002-4.jpg
d.
None of these.
 

 3. 

Divide mc003-1.jpg.
a.
mc003-3.jpg
c.
mc003-5.jpg
b.
mc003-4.jpg
d.
mc003-6.jpg
 

 4. 

Divide mc004-1.jpg.
a.
mc004-3.jpg
c.
mc004-5.jpg
b.
mc004-4.jpg
d.
mc004-6.jpg
 

 5. 

What is the remainder when you divide mc005-1.jpg?
a.
-6
c.
-16
b.
-4
d.
0
 

 6. 

What can we conclude when the remainder of a division problem (like mc006-1.jpg) is zero?  Consider what we can conclude when integer division problems have no remainder, like mc006-2.jpg and mc006-3.jpg.
a.
We can conclude that numerator and denominator are common factors.
c.
We can conclude that the denominator is a factor of the numerator.
b.
We can conclude that the numerator is prime.
d.
We can conclude that the denominator is a multiple of the numerator.
 



 
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