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Rational Root Theorem

Rule

Rational Root Theorem

For every polynomial where all coefficients are integers, the Rational Root Theorem states:

  1. All integer roots must be a factor of the constant
  2. All rational roots must have a numerator that is a factor of and a denominator that is a factor of