Posted by **Joe** on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 6:14pm.

Use the Factor Theorem to determine whether x-3 is a factor of P(x)=2x^3-5x^-9 .

Specifically, evaluate P at the proper value, and then determine whether x-3 is a factor.

P(_)=__

also pick which one applies

x-3 is not a factor of P(x)

x-3 is a factor of P(x)

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