Week 2 Lesson 2 - Idenity of Unknown Polynomials

When dividing, make sure to factorize first before dividing
Brackets are also important, a value with or without brackets can mean two different things
  Non-polynomials are when x is not an element of a natural number.
 A number in a polynomial will consist of :
(a) A coefficient ; It can be of any value, whether square root or a fraction
(x) A variable; It may change according to the situation
(n) A power above the variable
 When that three lines appear, it means that the Left hand side(LHS) and the right hand side(RHS) are of the same identity. This symbol can only be used when finding the identity.

Solution: Page 39. Practice 01. (3)

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