Use synthetic division to determine the quotient and remainder. (4x4 – 5x3 + 2x2 – x + 5) ÷ (x -2). please help

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4x^3 +3x^2 + 8x + 15 + 35/x-2
the 35/x-2 is the remainder. You can also say Remainder of 35

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Is this Algebra 2?

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I just learned this today!

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How'd you get 35/x-2?

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yeah how did you get 35/x-2?

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the remainder is 35, and then just like in regular long division we can use the baby remainder and say R35, or we can do it normally and put it over the divisor. try it with 41 / 5

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its a remainder of 1, and so you have 8 and 1/5

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I got 20/x-2

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I keep getting 35

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Can you type the whole process?

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sure thing

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|dw:1327543942651:dw|

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last part says R35

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Okay, well if you keep trying then it must be right(:

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do you understand it? Is there a part i could explain better?

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I understand, I just don't get the same answer.

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Do you see what you/I did wrong/differently?

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No, because I was taught completely differently. Like this :

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|dw:1327544415156:dw|

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that isnt synthetic division, thats long division, and you use it when the divisor isnt linear

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Well that explains it! Haha... I just got almost the exact same thing! ... Huh..

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