Let $P(x)=(x-1)Q(x)$, or $Q(x)=\dfrac{P(x)}{x-1}$, where $Q(x)$ is the requested polynomial. The independent term is $q_0=Q(0)=\dfrac{P(0)}{0-1}=\color{green}{-7}$. The coefficient of the
To factor a polynomial of 4th degree, find its roots. If there are no roots, use grouping to factor it into the product of two second degree polynomials without roots.
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Factoring a 4th degree Polynomial. The factorization of fourth-degree polynomials whose form is P (x) =ax4+bx3+cx2+dx+e P ( x) = a x 4 + b x 3 + c x 2 + d x + e, it consists of finding the roots