From MathMotivation.com - Permission Granted For Use and Modification For Non-Profit Purposes Factoring **Polynomials** In order to factor a **polynomial** like f(x) = x 3 + 2x - 3, you first need to be able to divide the **polynomial** by a factor.

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Math 105 Fall 2005 **Polynomial** Regression A **polynomial** function is any function that has an equation of the form: y = c 0 + c 1 ⋅ x + c 2 ⋅ x 2 + ... + c n ⋅ x n where the powers of x must be integers.

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The Birthday **Polynomial** Project Due date: Wednesday 10/22 by the beginning of class Grade: 50 points (10 pt deduction for each day late) Create a Birthday **Polynomial** Use the digits of the month, day and 4 digit year of your birth - in order - as the coefficients of the **polynomial**.