## anonymous 4 years ago Divide by using synthetic division: (x^2+x-42)÷ (x+7)

1. Mertsj

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2. ash2326

We have $\frac{x^2+x-42}{x+7}$ zero of x+7 is -7 ____________________________ -7 | 1 1 -42 -7 42 1 -6 0 so the quotient is x-6 $\frac{x^2+x-42}{x+7}= x-6$

3. anonymous

thank you guys for explaining <3

4. ash2326

welcome airricuhh, try to solve questions of these type by yourself

5. anonymous

i do try, but i always get the wrong answer or i mess up somewhere..

6. ash2326

Airricuhh try , you'll be able to solve. If you get stuck somewhere, let us know :)

7. anonymous

okay, thank you so much tho. it really means a lot

8. ash2326