# SOLUTION: is x+1 a factor of x^3+6x^2-2x-7? So far, I have gotten this far: 1....6....2....7 ....5...-35..-6 _________________ 1...0....-33....1

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 Question 137471This question is from textbook College Algebra : is x+1 a factor of x^3+6x^2-2x-7? So far, I have gotten this far: 1....6....2....7 ....5...-35..-6 _________________ 1...0....-33....1 This question is from textbook College Algebra Answer by oscargut(891)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!division is: ...1...6....-2...-7 -1.....-1...-5...7 ...1...5....-7...0 so the rest is 0 then yes x+1 is a factor of x^3+6x^2-2x-7 x^3+6x^2-2x-7=(x+1)(x^2+5x-7)