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(2Y^3+14y^2+22y15) / (y+4) please help. use synthetic divison to divide
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(2Y^3+14y^2+22y15) / (y+4) please help. use synthetic divison to divide
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how many u got?
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just a few more lol
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dw:1346379644166:dw
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Answer: 2X^2+6X2 Remainder: 7
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I'm trying to figure out how to enter remainders on math xl
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what you mean?
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I dont' no how to put the 7 in as a remainder
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I don't Know either i thought its just a remainder
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help plz I can't post it on the question section
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i can't see the equation
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whats the roman num. on S
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