If a polynomial f(x) is dividing by g(x) leaves remainder zero then g(x) is a factor of f(x). Here explained about factor theorem example with solution of factorise the polynomials by using factor theorem Factor Theorem Applications| Factor theorem example problems Factor theorem state and proof purpose go through the below link Statement and proof […]

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## Polynomial Basic Concepts | Types of polynomials | Algebraic Expressions

In this article brief about basic concepts of Polynomial Expressions. Polynomial definition, examples of polynomials, Degree of polynomials, types of polynomials according to its terms and according to degree Polynomial Definition | Degree of a Polynomial | Types of Polynomials In algebra, we deal with two types of symbols namely constants and variables Constants – […]

## State and Prove Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem | Polynomials

Remainder and Factor Theorem Proof | Remainder and Factor Theorem Test In this page given definition and proof for Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem and also provided application of remainder theorem and factor theorem Statement of Remainder Theorem: Let f(x) be any polynomial of degree greater than or equal to one and let ‘ a‘ be […]

## Remainder Theorem Tough Questions for Competitive Exams | Aptitude Questions

Remainder Theorem Aptitude Examples with Answers | Remainder Theorem Tutorial Remainder theorem basic rules were given in the following link. Here provides some examples with shortcut methods on remainder theorem aptitude. Remainder Theorem for Number System Basic rules Application of the remainder theorem: Finding the last digit of an expression purpose simply find the remainder […]

## Remainder Theorem for Number System | Remainder Theorem Difficult Examples

Remainder Theorem of Numbers | Remainder Problems in Aptitude Before going to concepts of remainder theorem of numbers, it is better to understand the the concepts of Divisor, Dividend, Quotient and Remainder Remainder Theorem Rule – 1 (Fundamental) Remainder of the expression can be expressed as positive remainders and negative remainders. Technically both positive and […]