intermediate algebra
posted by ROCKY .
use polynomial long division to divide 25x^3+40x^2+25x+10
by
5x^23x2

multiply the denominator by 1 and then multiply your answer by 1 so you do not have to mess around with all the  signs
***********_5 x_+5_________________
5x^2+3x+2  25x^3+40x^2+25x+10
************25x^3+15x^2+10x
************
******************25x^2+15x+10
******************25x^2+15x10
******************
R = 0
so now times 1
5x5 answer
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