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# Is remainder theorem is also known as factor theorem?

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### Is 2 a factor of 49?

In order to determine if 2 is a factor of 49 (or any other
number), ask yourself if the number is even or odd. If the number
is odd, it is not a factor of 2. 49 is odd, so 2 is not a factor of
49.
You can also divide 2 into the number. If there is no remainder,
2 is a factor of the number. 49 divided by 2 is 24 with a remainder
of 1, so 2 is not a factor of 49.

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### What does HCF mean?

HCF stands for highest common factor. It means the same as GCF
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The GCF of 6 and 9 is 3.

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### 16x to the power of 3 plus 4x to the power of 2 - 144 divided by 4x - 8?

4x - 8 = 0 when x = 2
Substitute this value of x in 16x3 + 4x2 - 144 to give
16*8 + 4*4 - 144 = 128 + 16 - 144 = 144 - 144 = 0
So, by the remainder theorem, (x-2) is a factor of 16x3 + 4x2 -
144
Also, the coeffs are all divisibl by 4 so 4 is also a factor
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The theorem is also known as the unique prime factorisation
theorem - for obvious reasons.

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### State cook's theorem?

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