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Need some division help!! will medal!

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  1. anonymous
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    (4x^2 +15x + 11) ÷ (x+3)

  2. anonymous
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    what is the quotient and the remainder?

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    @mathmath333 @mathstudent55 @paki @Elsa213 @ashleyz

  4. anonymous
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    you can use synthetic division

  5. anonymous
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    How would I go about that?

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    |dw:1435008549290:dw|

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    Okay. I've never seen that before.

  8. anonymous
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    Since it is x+3 you put -3 in the left hand corner and then place the coefficients next to it.

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    Okay I have to find the quotient and the remainder, mind walking me through that?

  10. anonymous
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    then you bring down the first term and multiply it by the term in the left hand corner|dw:1435008766130:dw|

  11. anonymous
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    do you follow me?

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    I'm following so far

  13. anonymous
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    ok then subtract that column|dw:1435008942620:dw|

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    Okay

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    then repeat by multiplying the new term you got by the left hand corner then combine that term to the next number in the column.|dw:1435009233228:dw|

  16. anonymous
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    Okay so now can you tell me the quotient and remainder for this problem?

  17. anonymous
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    When you run out of terms the last number is the remainder over binomial divisor. In this case the quotient is 4x+3x remainder (2/x+3)

  18. anonymous
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    Okay that makes sense. thank you !

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    no problem! :)

  20. LynFran
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    |dw:1435019633675:dw|

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