How do you find the zeroes of the function #g(x)= 2x^3 - 5x^2 + 4#?
let's consider the known term 4: it is divided by
By the remainder theorem, let's substitute each of the dividers in x in the function g(x), so
So, one of the zeroes is 2
Then we can divide the polynomial g(x) by the bynomial x-2
by which you can find two zeroes