When can you break up a polynomial over a monomial?
What if a polynomial does not divide evenly into a monomial?
How do you simplify (12x^3y^2 - 15xy^4 + 20x^2)/4x^2y?
How do you divide (9x^4 - 15x^3)/-3x^2 and simplify it using the rules of exponents?
How can you divide variables with exponents if you forget the rules?
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This lesson shows a bunch of examples of how to divide a polynomial by a monomial by simply breaking up each of the terms of the polynomial and putting them over the denominator. The steps are very clear and well taught.