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Homework Help: very complicated maths

Posted by Nikki Clark on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 1:42pm.

Hey guys, need some help with a question ive been stuck on for a looooooong time!

The question is:
Given that (x+4) is a factor of the expression 3x^3+x^2+px+24, find the constant value of p. Hence factorise and solve the equation 3x^3+x^2+px+24=0

Any ideas??????

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