https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ1l5hWF7IM

And below is the url to a follow-up video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzlxjPbKDfA

@Mods, Are hyperlinks disabled due to spammers?

]]>Late last year I applied to Wolfram Research for a position in the development of Wolfram|Alpha for education. The applicants were given a coding problem set. One of them was to create a function which shows step-by-step work. Obviously by the title of this thread, I chose to do one for .

That is, for those who are not aware, you can use synthetic division to perform division on polynomials that your teachers told you that you must use long division for, as "synthetic division is only for when dividing by a binomial with the coefficient of x being 1".

is a brief (silent) video showing a demonstration.

And is the Notebook. (I minimized the code, but obviously you can maximize it to view it.)

According to my knowledge, it can divide any two polynomials and shows all of the work. (It's color-coded as well!)

Enjoy!

]]>I can't believe I didn't think to share it with you all, but better late than never!

(A download link to the Geogebra files is in the video description.)

]]>1. What programming language were you using?

2. Have you mastered that programming language?

You don't need to master algebra, the formulas were already in the Internet. You have to master a programming language! If that scheduling Software is web based, then you will have a problem!

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Is this what you want?

Bob

]]>Thanks for sharing this helpful information.

]]>iamaditya, it has been four and a half months since your last reply to bobbym, who has since died.

The answer to # 15 is log(12).

That is news to me. I didn't know bobbym, but he helpfully replied to some of my posts here. RIP.

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]]>- It gets right to the point of concepts without burrying the reader in a bunch of fluff or too much detail from the getgo.

- It doesn't focus on procedures over concepts.

The weakness of many math books (including the ones I wrote).

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