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okay.. @dinamix so you end up with 2x^2+3x+4 all over x-2?
U should end up somewhat like (2x-a)(x-b)
so that is the answer? (2x-a)(x-b)?
but u cant find like that dude
The quadratic equation ax^2+bx+c
yup i know
U have to find a and b. They are the mystery numbers
But I used the numbers a=2, b=3, and c=4
Euclidean division its easy method dude
We know x-2 is one of them so we get (2x-a)(x-2)
Now,what times -2 equals 4?
you long or synthetic division
dinamix had the answer
Right. So your answer would be (2x-2)(x-2)
hey guys all know Euclidean division , right ?
Now to check ur answer multiply the, together.
You get 2x*x+2x*2-2*x-2*-2
lol its 2x^2-6x+4
Simplify it and you get 2x^2+3x+4
woah woah woah, so the answer is "(2x-2)(x-2)
its 2x+7+(18/(x-2)) iam sure about it mate ;D trust me
Waiting my bad @dinamix is correct trust him m8
so I should put "2x+7+(18/(x-2))"
He used long division wit da thingys
its easy method euclidean division , study it right
this my answer mate ty mate