Posted by **Amy** on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 7:17pm.

h(x)= 3x^(5) + 2x^(4) + 15x^(3) + 10x^(2) - 528x - 352

for this equation how would I know to use the square root of 11 in synthetic division to be a factor?

I used the p / q list but I did not get sqt root of 11 as a possible factor.

could someone help please.

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