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How can I divide polynomials on my calculator? Is that even possible? (Grade 12 math)



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I have a Sharp EL  520W Advanced D.A.L. if that means anything

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give examples

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ok for example

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2x^4 + x^2 +1
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x^2

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asmire64 could help you

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Use long Division

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pemdas

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I know I can use long division, but is there anyway I can do it on my calculator as well?
