colllege algebra
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use synthetic division to factor x^32x^29x+18

colllege algebra 
Steve
if you know how to do synthetic division, it should be easy to show that
x^32x^29x+18 = (x+3)(x2)(x3)
you know that all the roots have to be factors of 18.
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