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Given functions f=x^3-nx+1, g=x^2-x+1. what is n if f=(x+1)g? |

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You need to find the coefficient n if f = (x+1)g.

Replacing f and g by the corresponding equations yields:

`x^3-nx+1 = (x+1)(x^2-x+1)`

You need to open the brackets to the right side:

`x^3- n x+1 = x^3 - x^2 + x + x^2 - x+ 1`  =>

=> `x^3- n x+1 = x^3+1`

Equating coefficients of like powers yields:

n = 0

Evaluating the value of the parameter n yields n = 0.

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