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Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions
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Polynomial Want a Cracker? True or False Quiz
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Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions: Polynomial Want a Cracker? True or False
1.
What is the greatest common factor that can be canceled in the rational expression
> 2
x
True
False
2.
Which expression cannot be simplified by canceling a common factor from the numerator and denominator? >
True
False
3.
Which of the following is not a rational expression? >
True
False
4.
Which one of the following statements is true? > Alex Trebek's new haircut makes him look like an Abercrombie model.
True
False
5.
Find the quotient
>
True
False
6.
Which expression can
not
be obtained from
by a combination of factoring and canceling common factors?
>
True
False
7.
The quotient of two polynomials is > never a polynomial.
True
False
8.
>
True
False
9.
When performing polynomial long division, we always stop when the remainder is > zero.
True
False
10.
>
True
False
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