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Short answer. Find the quotient:
6x^3-x^2-7x-9
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2x+3

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    have you considered dividing?

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    can someone plz help me with these three problems(((( stressed out)))) I cannot figure these problems to save life so can someone throw me a lifsaver please!!!

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    this could be a start if the website could find its file:o(

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