Challenging Maths Q Watch

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m66
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A function f(x) = ax^3+bx^2+cx+d

When divided by x there is a remainder of 2
when divided by x-1 there is a remainder of 12
when divided by x+1 there is no remainder
when divided by x-2 there is a remainder of 36!!

Determine the function???????????????????????? ???????????????
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f(0)=2
f(1)=12
f(-1)=0
f(2)=36

And you have 4 simultaneous equations!
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m66
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do know how to get the solution. i dont cos im thick!!
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dvs has used the remainder theorem
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