Dividing polynomials using long division-Part 2

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This is Part 2 of Dividing Polynomials using long division. The example shows how to divide a polynomial with 4 terms by a binomial. See Part 3 for how to check the answer to this problem.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you divide a really long polynomial using long division?
  • What are the steps for long division of polynomials?
  • What do you do if a term is missing in polynomial long division?
  • How do you divide (4x^3 + 11x^2 - 8x - 10)/(x + 3) using long division?
  • What happens if you have a remainder in a polynomial long division problem?
  • How do you write a remainder when you are dividing polynomials?
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    This lesson shows a bit more difficult of a polynomial long division example. This time, there is a remainder. Each step is shown clearly again in this example.