Divide the equation provided below

Anonymous
timer Asked: Feb 8th, 2019
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Divide. (6x^2+27x+8)/(x+4). Your answer should give the quotient and the remainder. Please discuss the steps you took to arrive at your answer.

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Gonz192
School: University of Maryland

Hi!When you're dealing with dividing equations it's very important to be very organized so you don't miss any steps, it's actually very easy when you get the hag of it.So, I'm gonna post a picture of my notebook because it's a little easier to do math there rather than on my laptop.I'll explain each step here on this layout.1. So, we're going to write the problem in the form of a division chart:- The dividend must be the first thing you have on the left.- Then you draw the vertical and horizontal lines that will separate the dividend, the divisor and the quotient.- You'll write the divisor in the top right as shown in the picture.2. Now we'll proceed with the problem.- The aim in any division is to fin...

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