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Teaching Remainder Theorem with GeoGebra
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How can I teach my daughter remainder theorem with GeoGebra?
Suppose I have an equation, f(x) = x³  6x² + 2x  4 . I wish to divide it with g(x) = 3x  1 . I will have a remainder. Now, how to explicitly solve stepwise p(x) = (x³  6x² + 2x  4) / (3x  1) so that I receive the remainder as the end result? Can CAS be used in this case, and how can I use CAS if it can be used?
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The example I want to use is attached in GeoGebra file, for you to provide suggestions and improvements.
https://ggbm.at/563445
Rational Functions and their Asymtotes may help your efforts...it contains part of what you are looking for...it what I use to teach the topic...
for your example the remainder is 3.963/(3x1)
Tony
previous thread on this.
Thank you very much. I am trying for a personal perspective for the source.
You have been real cooperative.
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