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What was in #9 again? I forgot hehe
Oh that one? Okay I'll start explaining...
(y^2 + 5y − 6) ÷ (y + 6)
First, take the divisor's constant term with the opposite sign and write it to the left. And to the right, write the coefficients of the dividend.
-6 1 -5 -6+ -6 6 1 -1 0
Next thing you're gonna do is to set up the problem, we need to set the denominator = zero, to find the number to put in the division box. Then, the numerator is written in descending order and if any terms are missing we need to use a zero to fill in the missing term. At last, list only the coefficient in the division problem.
Now, when the problem is set up perfectly, bring the first number or the leading coefficient straight down.
Write the result at the bottom of the row by adding the two numbers together
Then, put the result in the next column by multiplying the number in the division box with the number you brought down.
Until you reach the end of the problem, repeat steps 3 and 4.
THE FINAL ANSWER:y-1
Write the final answer.
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OHHH! Now I get it! So it was like that!Thank you!!