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Homework Help: algebra 1 [fractions]

Posted by alliyah on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 8:11am.

8y^4+10y^3+12y+15
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4y+5

divide then express your anwser as a polynomial or mixed expression

Do i look for its common factors then start dividing?

yes
use 'grouping'
take out the common factor from the first two terms, and the common factor of the second pair of terms and it should become obvious

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