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Help me solve this using long* division

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\[x^3-x^2+2x+1 / x^4-7x^3+2x^2+9x\]
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i have questions about the method tho
I think you do it like this, you factor both sides as much as you can then you divide.
oh so you factor before dividing ?
I guess so. So, factor both sides using synthetic division and then divide.
so divide using synthetic then divide the long way :S
Yes!
Did you get it?
nooo, i just got more confused
Wait a sec, let me ask my teacher.
okay please :)
I did, let's wait a little bit. Is it algebra?
this is advanced functions (grade 12) & yes we're solving this algebraically
Ohhh!
yesss
Are you still there?
yes i am :)
Okay, my teacher replies fast. Hopefully, he will do so this time as well.
okay, i hope so tooo !
Is this question from a quiz or homework, is it emergence?
well i have a test tomorrow and this is one of the review questions
Okay!
:)
Still waiting!
The teacher did not repy yet, I am sorry.
did he reply yet ?
He did, said use synthetic division to simplify and then solve.
i also have a question how can you divide a polynomial of degree 3 by a polynomial of degree 4? like dividing \(\frac{1234}{12345}\)
i dont kooow :S
the answer is you cannot
unless you are working with negative exponents, which i doubt
really ? :S im pretty sure you can

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