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try to understand long division

Linear Algebra
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remainder is 7/(x+2)
hope that helps
freshmen in college
ok how do i do that
|dw:1362594640625:dw| first of all, since there is no x-term, you would have to create space for it by writing 0x. then,x divides 3x2 and leaves a remainder of 3x which you right at the top on the 0x. the 3x multiplies the x+2.
you would then subtract the final from the initial. write your final answer and write the next number down beside your result. x divides -6x and leaves a remainder of -6 which you write at the top. the -6 multiplies the x+2 to give you -6x-12 .
subtract the -6x-12 from -6x+5 and that would be the remainder.

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