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## Comments

^{2}above t^{3}, e.g.) instead of the corresponding power term (t^{2}above t^{2}, e.g.). Also, for novices, if there are missing terms in the divisor then it helps to expand it w/ 0 coefficients also, although in this example that is not needed, and of course with the familiarity of practice it isn't even necessary.