Your "decending order" makes no sense; should be:
6y^3 + y^2 - 28y - 30
Now you need to divide that by (2y - 5).
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Polynomial Long Division
Here is the problem;
(-30+6y^3-28y+y^2) divided by (2y-5)
I have listed it in decending order as follows;
6y^3+y^2 / -28-30
I get 3y^2 and then I'm stuck...
Any help or explanations would be much appreciated.
I need to do this problem using long division and then do the self check.
Your "decending order" makes no sense; should be:
6y^3 + y^2 - 28y - 30
Now you need to divide that by (2y - 5).
We can't "teach" here; go here to learn:
Polynomial Long Division
Wilmer thank you for the link, I will go look there. I did enter my decending order incorrectly (fraction bar shouldn't have been there). I've looked at about 4 sites so far and am still confused as to what to do with the y^2 when dividing. There have been a few other problems I was able to follow their steps and understand but this problem still has me confused. Thanks again for your help