# Remainder Theorem Calculator

In algebra, the polynomial remainder theorem or little Bézout's theorem is an application of polynomial long division. The remainder theorem is useful for evaluating a polynomial p(x) at value x = a .when a polynomial p(x) is divided by a factor x - a then we end up with a quotient polynomial q(x) and some remainder r.

Remainder theorem can be used to determine the zero of the polynomial . If dividing the polynomial by factor x - a gives the remainder r = 0 then x - a is one of the factor of the polynomial .In other words x = a is the zero of the polynomial.

When you divide a polynomial f(x) by x - a the remainder r will be f(a) . Whenever we want to know the remainder after dividing by x-a ,calculating f(a) will give the remainder.

Remainder theorem can be used to determine the zero of the polynomial . If dividing the polynomial by factor x - a gives the remainder r = 0 then x - a is one of the factor of the polynomial .In other words x = a is the zero of the polynomial.

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When you divide a polynomial f(x) by x - a the remainder r will be f(a) . Whenever we want to know the remainder after dividing by x-a ,calculating f(a) will give the remainder.

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