- Sure I'll teach you later:)
- Yep!!
- Can you teach me the #9 in Test C?
- Have you finished the assignment?
- Hey, come on I'll teach you the number you're asking
- Oh, okay sure!
- What was in #9 again? I forgot hehe
- Oh that one? Okay I'll start explaining...
- (y^2 + 5y − 6) ÷ (y + 6)
- Okayy
- 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.
- Okay okay! Stop crying you big baby HAHAHA
- No problem! If you have more questions, just ask me anytime!
- Okayy! Thank you again! You're a life saver! TwT
- OHHH! Now I get it! So it was like that!Thank you!!
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