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Polynomial expressions: When factoring is not necessary to solve a problem.

Provide an example of a polynomial expression when factoring is not necessary for solving the problem. Provide another example of when it is necessary.

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In order to answer your question, I will give two examples. One shows that factoring is not necessary for solving the problem and the other shows how factoring is necessary.

Example 1. Let f(x) and g(x) be two polynomials. Find the limit of
f(x)/g(x) ...

Solution Summary

An example of a polynomial expression when factoring is not necessary for solving the problem is provided. An example fo one that does need factoring is also shown.

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