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Dividing a polynomial by another polynomial using long division is very similar to long division with numbers.  The only real difference is that you need to keep the same powers of x lined up with each other so you don't get confused.  You will also need to make sure that you are subtracting...

Hi Gayla. There are 2 ways you can solve this problem.  The first way is to factor the expression x2+6x+8 into the form (x+u)(x+z).  If you multiply (x+u) and (x+z), you will get x2+(u+z)+u*z.  Therefore, x2+(u+z)+u*z = x2+6x+8 By...

Hi Gayla, When the problem asks you to evaluate g(5), this simply means you look at the function g(x) and replace all the x's with a 5 and then solve.  Since g(x) = 4x+7, substitute x=5 and you'll get g(5) = 4*5+7 = 20+7 = 27 So your final answer is g(5)...

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