Factor: \(\displaystyle f(x)\:=\:x^3\,-\,6x^2\,+\,11x\,-\,6\)
NO, NO and NO.defeated_soldier said:thanks i knew that . In fact i do that way only .....i was thinking there might be some other method .
Anyway , Thanks for the nice explanation . very helpful
BTW, just q small question here ,
you mentioned , "possible roots are +- blha blah " from rational root theorem .
can I conclude the following thing ? ( i made this conclusion , will you please validate)
If the polynomoal has real root then All real roots must be from that set ONLY. There cant be any real root other than that set .
I most certainly DO believe that the Rational Roots Theorem identifies all possible rational roots, and that there are NO rational roots that exist outside of the set of possibles identified by the theorem.defeated_soldier said:umm...ok ,
However, do you believe that all the rational roots will be from this test and there are no other rational root exists outside ?