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Rational Zeros Theorem Proof

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Nick B (1 month ago)
When you claim that -a0q^n is divisible by P, how are you sure that the the expression to the right of P is an integer? 2*4.5 = 3*3 but 2 does not divide 3 for example. This part was confusing.
crihs (5 months ago)
Very well explain.
Om Patel (5 months ago)
Thanks man
sabra ansari (8 months ago)
Thank you sir.
Fatima Khoogar (10 months ago)
Thanks, It was really helpful
chen adam (1 year ago)
Because this is an equation and Q is a factor on the left-hand side it must be a factor on the right-hand side and because P over Q is the lowest term so there's no common factor, it must be a factor of asubn which means a sub n can have Q as one of its factors. do I get it right?
Fatima Khoogar (1 year ago)
thanks, very helpful and simply explained
Kate Yen (2 years ago)
Thanks a lot>>.;))
Hikari Tanaka (3 years ago)
Thank you so so much! This was so easy to understand!!!!
ashuk206 (3 years ago)
Nooooo, I'm so close to fully understanding this. I get that p has to be a factor of asub0 and q has to be a factor of asubn, but I don't get why they have to be integers. By your logic,couldn't we also pull out a half from 10 and that counts as a factor?
Æryn Meader (2 years ago)
p and q must be integers since p/q has to be a fraction in lowest terms.
Kenny Duran (4 years ago)
Oh my goodness, thank you so much! I'm just learning a bit of algebra ii and I didn't want to use an equation I had no understanding of. This helps a lot!
ONEEZE (4 years ago)
Yea knowing this cuts down on having to remember a lot of things. This way the rules present themselves without much memory.
Thaddaeus Rhone (4 years ago)
Thanks buddy.
ONEEZE (4 years ago)
No Problem.

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