Factor Theorem – Definition, Method and Examples

Factor Theorem – Definition, Method and Examples

The factor theorem is commonly used to factor a polynomial and for finding its roots. The polynomial remainder theorem is a specific instance of this. It is one of the ways to factor polynomials. In this article, we will learn about the factor theorem in detail. We...
Factor Theorem – Definition, Method and Examples

Factor Theorem – Examples and Practice Problems

The Factor Theorem is frequently used to factor a polynomial and to find its roots. The polynomial remainder theorem is an example of this. The factor theorem can be used as a polynomial factoring technique. In this article, we will look at a demonstration of the...
Factor Theorem – Definition, Method and Examples

Factor Theorem Proof

The Factor Theorem is widely used to factor a polynomial and locate its roots. The polynomial remainder theorem is a specific instance of this. It is one of the ways of factoring polynomials. In this article, we will look at how to prove the Factor Theorem. We will...
Exponential Decay – Formulas and Examples

Exponential Decay – Formulas and Examples

We can model real-life situations with exponential functions. One of these situations is population decline. There are “standard” formulas that can be used to easily calculate the population or any other quantity by knowing some facts about the situation. Here, we...
Properties of Pascal’s Triangle

Properties of Pascal’s Triangle

Pascal’s triangle is a type of number pattern. The numbers are arranged in a way that reflects a triangle. First, the 1 is placed at the top. Then, the rest of the numbers are arranged in a triangular pattern. The numbers we get in each step are the sum of the two...
Properties of Pascal’s Triangle

Applications of Pascal’s Triangle

Pascal’s triangle has many applications in mathematics and statistics. We can use Pascal’s triangle to find the binomial expansion. Also, Pascal’s triangle is used in probabilistic applications and in the calculation of combinations. Recall that Pascal’s triangle is a...