# Factor and remainder theorem question

#### Jordan1994

##### New member
Q1.) Use the factor and remainder theorems to find solutions to:

$$\displaystyle 1x^3+1x^2+-9x+D=0$$

#### HallsofIvy

##### Well-known member
MHB Math Helper

You have posted a number of problems with NO effort of your own shown. Do you know what the "remainder theorem" and "factor theorem" are? The ones that ask you to use the remainder theorem require only simple integer arithmetic! Don't you realize that?

#### MarkFL

Staff member
Q1.) Use the factor and remainder theorems to find solutions to:

$$\displaystyle 1x^3+1x^2+-9x+D=0$$
Hello and welcome to MHB, Jordan1994.

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