Algebra 2, 2008
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 PAGE: 329 SET: Exercises PROBLEM: 10
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Rewrite the expression in long division form .

Since the second factor has an exponent of 1, this is a division problem .

Divide the first term of the dividend by the first term of the divisor .

Divide the first term of the last row by the first term of the divisor .

So, the first term of the quotient is x. multiply () by x and subtract.

So, the second term of the quotient is multiply  by and subtract.

The quotient is (x 1), and the remainder is 3. Therefore,

The result of division form .

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