Divide the equation provided below

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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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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.
Solution
First, rewrite the problem as follows make sure the polynomial is in descending order:
(x+4)

(6x^2+27x+8)

Then divide the term with the high...

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