In this lesson, you will learn how to divide polynomials using long division. You will start by taking the first term of the binomial and dividing it into the first term of the trinomial. If you can't divide the second term, then you will need to multiply the binomial and continue the process until you can no longer divide. It's important to remember to subtract every term in the line and distribute the negative sign to both terms.
Dividing polynomials using long division
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How do I divide polynomials by using long division?
What is (2x^3+6x+152)/(x+4) equal to?
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This lesson gives an example on how to do polynomial long division.