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# C3 Remainder theorem

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1. EDIT: I understand what I have to do now

I don't understand how to equate x^2

Where did the equation 2=-A+B come from?

2. It is okay I get it now:

(Ax^2*-1) + (Bx*x) = 2x^2
Therefore, B-A=2
B-1=2
B=3

How do I close the thread?
3. (Original post by TheRealLifeBane)
It is okay I get it now:

(Ax^2*-1) + (Bx*x) = 2x^2
Therefore, B-A=2
B-1=2
B=3

How do I close the thread?

Kidding, but just let it float its course, don't worry. Though if you really want to close it, just ask a CT member.
4. (Original post by RDKGames)

Kidding, but just let it float its course, don't worry. Though if you really want to close it, just ask a CT member.
Lol Its cool

I'll just leave it here in case some1 else faces the same issue.

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