# DIVIDING BINOMIALS

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find the quotient: (-49y^4+42y^3)/7y

• DIVIDING BINOMIALS -

factor the numerator.

7y^3(-7y+6)/7y

does that help?

• DIVIDING BINOMIALS -

-49y^4 / 7y + 42y^3 / 7y =
-7y^3 + 6y^2 = Quotient.
The quotient can be factored if required:
y^2(-7y + 6).

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