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Polynomial problem (
Posted on 20150322
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Find all integers n ≥ 3 for which the polynomial
W(x) = x^n  3x^(n1) + 2x^(n2) + 6
can be written as a product of two nonconstant polynomials with integer coefficients.
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Danish Ahmed Khan
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oddly enough
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When n is odd, x=1 makes W(x)=0 which means (x+1) factors W(x).
Posted by
xdog
on 20150322 15:35:27
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