Posted by **Sean** on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 3:42pm.

I think- and this is just out loud- that you would do (Cx + D) Over the X^2 + 2?

Am I getting that right?

OR

You have Cx + D over something if the SOMETHING has a term of X to a power greater than one?

Am I right?

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