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(t^33t^2+5t6)divided by (t2)
t^2
t2! t^33t^2+5t6
t^32t^2
then t
t2 t^2 +5t 6
t^2 10t
then 15
t2 15t 6
15t 30
then remainder 24
check my work

4t + 8 = 3 ( 3.5t)
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