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# Use the remainder theorem and the factor theorem to determine whether (c + 5) is a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10) A. The remainder isn't 0 and, therefore, (c + 5) is a factor of (c4 + 7c3 +

Use the remainder theorem and the factor theorem to determine whether (c + 5) is a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10)

A. The remainder isn't 0 and, therefore, (c + 5) is a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10)

B. The remainder is 0 and, therefore, (c + 5) isn't a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10)

C. The remainder is 0 and, therefore, (c + 5) is a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10)

D. The remainder isn't 0 and, therefore, (c + 5) isn't a factor of (c4 + 7c3 + 6c2 − 18c + 10)