anonymous
  • anonymous
use long divison to divide the polynomials c^2-11c+24/c-8
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anonymous
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ok, so first you have to look at what you need to multiply c by, in order to get c^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
would you just take c^2 divide c to get c then you have c^2-8c
anonymous
  • anonymous
subtract c^2 - 8c from c^2 - 11c + 24

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anonymous
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then you would take c^2-11c c^2-8c
anonymous
  • anonymous
you got it
anonymous
  • anonymous
then you get -19c right
anonymous
  • anonymous
na, it's -11c - -(8c), or -3c
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry i don't follow
anonymous
  • anonymous
you subtract c^2- 8c from c^2-11c, so c^2 - 11c - (c^2-8c) = c^2 - 11c - c^2 + 8c
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so you get -3c
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup
anonymous
  • anonymous
then divide -3+24 by x-8
anonymous
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what happens to the c on -3c

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