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I don't understand the steps for doing synthetic division in college algebra

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Graph the following function using transformations. Be sure to graph all of the stages on one
graph. State the domain and range.
For example, if you were asked to graph y= x^2+11 using transformations, you would show the
graph of y = x^2 and the graph shifted up 1 unit

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