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claire chen
Claire Chen

secondary 4 chevron_right A Maths

dont know how to approach this qn

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Emma Pereira
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this should be correct :) if there are any questions, do ask!
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Yee Miao Ling
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Hi, just to offer an alternative solution, by using Remainder Theorem. This is a shorter method. The catch is you need to use remainder theorem to save time instead of doing long division.
But if you're unfamiliar with remainder theorem or find yourself weak in the area, then the solution above may be more suited for you. :)