All of your factoring skills will combine with synthetic division, solving quadratics, and the quadratic formula to solve higher degree polynomials. Here we go through a summary of factoring techniques you might try, and show how to pair them with synthetic division to find rational zeros. We do a second example that involves factoring, synthetic division, and the quadratic formula to find irrational zeros of a higher degree polynomial.
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