# Algebra 2

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Im doing Sythetic Division.
(x^3 + 3x^2 - 28x - 62) / (x + 6)

• Algebra 2 -

your dividend is: 1 3 -28 -62

You bring down
the 1 and multiply by
-6

3 -28 -62
1 -6
Then you bring down the -3 and multiply by -16 compane the 48 with the -28, etc.

can you do the rest from here?
You reassign the variables starting with x^2, x, constant and remainder.

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