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    Long Division :(

    Division of $\displaystyle A=2x^3-3x^2-14x-10$ by $\displaystyle x-4$ yields the quotient

    $\displaystyle Q\:=$

    and remainder

    $\displaystyle R\:=$

    Furthermore, dividing $\displaystyle A$ by $\displaystyle B$ yielded the quotient

    $\displaystyle Q=x+1$

    and the remainder

    $\displaystyle R=-1$

    $\displaystyle B\:=$
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidman View Post
    Division of $\displaystyle A=2x^3-3x^2-14x-10$ by $\displaystyle x-4$ yields the quotient

    $\displaystyle Q\:=$

    and remainder

    $\displaystyle R\:=$

    Furthermore, dividing $\displaystyle A$ by $\displaystyle B$ yielded the quotient

    $\displaystyle Q=x+1$

    and the remainder

    $\displaystyle R=-1$

    $\displaystyle B\:=$
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