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  • 5 years ago

10a^3+19a+9/2a+3

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  1. anonymous
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    formulate a question thanks

  2. anonymous
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    how do i divide these polynomials? 10a^3+19a+9/2a+3

  3. anonymous
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    You have to follow the steps for long division

  4. anonymous
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    begin by dividing 2a into 10a^3

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    Do you know how to do that?

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    yes i know how to do that, but everytime i do i get a crazy answer

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    What did you get for your answer?

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    This one is kinda weird because you get decimal numbers when you divide

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    i didn't know you could have decimal answers

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    i guess that makes it a lil easier

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    yeah, you usually don't....are you supposed to be using long division?

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    yes

  13. anonymous
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    are you sure the problem is written correctly? If it was "19a^2" it would work out nicely :)

  14. anonymous
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    unfortunately it is just 10a^3+19a+9...that's what makes its so hard

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    i agree that it gives a crazy answer.

  16. anonymous
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    yeah, i just tried it again and it comes out with decimals. That's a strange problem.

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    its crazy. did you get 5a^2-7.5a

  18. anonymous
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    yeah, and it just gets worse from there

  19. anonymous
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    lol yeah it does

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    Well, you're doing it right....just a bad problem LOL

  21. anonymous
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    ty

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