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    Use synthetic division to divide 5x^3+3x^2+2x-5 by x-1.

    Write your final answer as factors and a remainder.
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    Presumably you wouldn't have been given an exercise like this without being first taught what "synthetic division" is and how to do it.

    I can understand your having difficulty but we need to see what you have tried to give any suggestions.
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