I hope this is in the correct section(i am in college and this is algebra..)

I know this should be simple but I really can't spot where I'm going wrong.

x^3+x^2+5x-2 is divisible by (x-2) I'm trying to completely factorise this by dividing this and then factorising the product. (this is the method i have to use for my C2 exam)

Could someone show me the step through of the division so I can see where I'm going wrong please.

Thank you