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Divide. (2x^3 – x^2 – 24x + 12) ÷ (2x – 1)

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x^2 - 12
Do you know how math4life got this answer
I divided

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yeah lol i know that,, but i mean the steps... how u got to this answer
giving the answers isnt acually helping
You can easily put that in a calculator and do it, he could to if he wanted.
maybe he came for here to learn how to do it not just depend on calculators
ask @anbunbun yourself, anbunbun, what did u come here for?
Well I come here for the answer but it helps if you include the steps. So either will do.
I normally include steps, sorry I didnt this time, as you have seen, i include steps and explanations on most of my answers
its all good ... @Math4Life
@anbunbun just answers won't help you. And @Math4Life even if the user is just looking for answers, you should explain them properly. Don't just give answers Thanks

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