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dw:1343919964848:dw I'm sorry, I made some silly calculation mistakes just now!
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mahmit2012Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
should deg(r(x))<deg(g(x))
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Not really... How did you get that?dw:1343920953622:dw
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f(x)  dividend g(x)  divisor q(x)  quotient r(x)  remainder @mahmit2012
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