Why would that not be the other way around? (since it is irreducible in and reducible in )
Reducible means having a nontrivial factorisation. Irreducible means having no nontrivial factorisation. Nontrivial means that neither of the factors is a unit. If one of the factors is a unit then the factorisation doesn't count as a nontrivial factorisation. Since 2 is a unit in , the factorisation 2x – 10 = 2(x – 5) doesn't count as nontrivial. That is why 2x – 10 is irreducible in .