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    Factoring this equation

    How do I factor: x^3+11x-6x^2-6 with (x-3) as a factor?

    Could you explain the steps?
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    Do you know polynomial long division?

    Factor the quadratic you get after

    \frac{x^3+11x-6x^2-6}{x-3}=\dots
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    Thanks That helped a lot. I got the answer.
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