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Damon, Still need your help please tho
Divide. (25x^2  40x + 18) div. (5x  3) 5x  5  3/5x  3 5x  8  18/5x  3 5x  5 + 3/5x  3 5x  14 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 7x 14  x  2 x 7; where x =/ 7 7; where x =/ 2 0 7(x2)or 7 Damon please
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