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# A2 Maths C3 questions

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1. Change one value in the expression so that there is a linear divisor in the remainder when simplified
x^3-2x^2+6x-8/x^2+3x-4
2. (Original post by YUANHANGCHEN)
Change one value in the expression so that there is a linear divisor in the remainder when simplified
x^3-2x^2+6x-8/x^2+3x-4
so im assuming you done the long division and got as far as;

well if I was to tell you that for some value "a" ; , does that help any?

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