
Definition of Factor x
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1. Higher Algebra: A Sequel to Elementary Algebra for Schools by Henry Sinclair Hall, Samuel Ratcliffe Knight (1894)
"From the foregoing proof we see that if f(x) contains a factor (x  a)', then
f (x) contains a factor (x — a)'~l ', and thus f(x) and f'(x) have a common ..."
2. Elementary Theory of Equations by Leonard Eugene Dickson (1914)
"In general, if /(x) has the factor (x — a)m, but not the factor (x — a)m+1, ...
If /(x) and/'(x) have the common factor (x — a)"1"1, but not (ai'— a)m, ..."
3. First Course in the Theory of Equations by Leonard Eugene Dickson (1922)
"Since (11) has the factor (x a)"1~1, we have /'(a) = 0, . . . , /""1)(a) = 0.
Since also /(x) has the factor xa, evidently /(a) = 0. ..."
4. School Algebra by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1913)
"Summarizing these cases we have the following : x" + y" never has a factor x —
y; x" — y" always has a factor x— y; x" + y" has a factor x + у when n is odd ..."
5. A College Algebra by Henry Burchard Fine (1904)
"B = z* + 2 z8 + 3 a;2 + 2 x obviously have the common factor x. Removing it we
have x8 + x2 + 2 x + 2 and as» + 2x2 + 3x + 2, whose HCF we have just found ..."
6. Theory and Applications of Finite Groups by George Abram Miller, Hans Frederick Blichfeldt, Leonard Eugene Dickson (1916)
"For, if it were reducible, it would have a linear factor x—a/b, where a and b
are relatively prime integers, of which b may be taken to be positive. ..."
7. Elementary Algebra by Henry Sinclair Hall, Samuel Ratcliffe Knight (1895)
"Write x + h in the place of x; thus In this identity, by equating the coefficients
of h, we have Thus f(x) contains the factor x — a repeated r — 1 times; ..."