## find the value of the polynomial p(x) =x^3 -6x^2+9x+7 at X+1​

Question

find the value of the polynomial p(x) =x^3 -6x^2+9x+7 at X+1​

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2 weeks 2021-11-25T04:51:47+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

Step-by-step explanation:

### Given:-

• We need to find the value of polynomial
• We will place the value of x simply and solve the equation.

So, placing the Equations further:-

## Things to Note:-

• Always when attempting these questions, equate the value of x to zero
• Here, I took the x+1 equal to zero to find the value of x
• Always use BODMAS technique to simplify
• Brackets of Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction is the full form
• It states that Division is the first step to be carried out
• Followed by Multiplication, Addition and at last subtraction
• If any step is not followed answer may/might be wrong.
• Odd powers:-
• Positive remains the same and Negative also remains the same
• Even powers:-
• Positive remain the same
• But negative changes to positive.

## Solution:

Let x + 1 = 0

x = -1