Polynomial Division

Algebra 1 Tutorial

Polynomial Division

Intro

We’re going to solve polynomial and monomial equation

Sample Problem

(72x^6-72x^3+40x)/8x

Solution

First we divide 72x^6/8x—
72x^6/8x = 9x then we subtract the exponents 6-1=5 ans 9x^5

Next we divide -72x^3/8x—
72x^3/8x = -9x then we subtract the exponents 3-1=2 ans -9x^2

Finally we divide 40x/8x—
40x/8x = 5x then we subtract the exponents 1-1=0 ans 5

So the answer is 9x^5-9x^2+5



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