# How to find zeros using synthetic division

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## Finding all the Zeros of a Polynomial

Synthetic division is used for checking possible zeroes of a polynomial (these possible zeroes having been generated by the Rational Roots Test ). If synthetic division confirms that x = b is

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## Find Zeros of Polynomial Using Calculator & Synthetic Division

The zeros of a polynomial are the values of x for which the value of the polynomial is zero. To find the zeros of a polynomial that cannot be easily factored, we first equate the

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## How to use synthetic division to find zeros

Step 4: Notice that {eq}1^3+4 (1)^2+1 (1)-6=1+4+1-6=0 {/eq}, so 1 is a root of f. Step 5: Use synthetic division to divide by {eq} (x - 1) {/eq}. {eq}\begin {array} {rrrrr} {1} \vert & {1} & 4 & 1

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## Synthetic Division and Remainder Theorem, Factoring

Synthetic Division a shortcut that allows us to divide polynomials an easier way when compared to using long division. But we can only use synthetic divisio

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