hmm...

Ok, let say 4 divided by 2 you will get 2.

1 divided by 2 you will get a decimal number because the divisor is greater than the dividend..

so when you're dealing with polynomials is it possible for you to get an answer in decimal if the divisor is greater than the dividend?

the degree of the divisor must be less than or equal the degree of the dividend..

correct me if i was wrong..