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Homework Help: algebra question

Posted by Shawn H. on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 1:13pm.

Give an example of a polynomial with degree 3 such that when factored, it contains the two factors (x+5) and (2x-1), i.e., the polynomial looks like (x+5) (2x -1) ( ? ).


How many such polynomials you think there are?

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