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    Polynomial division

    (c^2-2c-4)/(c+4) = c-6+20/c+4 But it's reducible remainder, therefor I believe it is wrong.....
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    Re: Polynomial division

    You have the right answer.

    \frac{c^2-2c-4}{c+4}=c-6+\frac{20}{c+4}
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