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5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
5 Rational Expressions Long Division Mar 10
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  • 1. March 10 1
  • 2. March 10 #26 continued 2
  • 3. March 10 Dividing Polynomials (Rational Expressions) Def'n ­  Dividend ­ the number or expression in a division problem that is  being divided. Divisor ­ the number or expression that divides into another number  (Divides the dividend) Quotient ­ the result of one number or expression being divided by  another number or expression. Quotient Divisor √ Dividend Remainder 3
  • 4. March 10 Dividing by a Monomial Divide each term in the polynomial by the monomial. 4
  • 5. March 10 5
  • 6. March 10 Long Division Revisited ts e r ­bracke ign Rememb    ­ minus s   6
  • 7. March 10 Dividing a Polynomial by a Binomial 7
  • 8. March 10 8
  • 9. March 10 Te fro rm low m h s m m es igh ust iss t.  e  b ing  If  st p e in  w a d ow  or rit eg e de e  re r t r  it a e o  s 0  is  x? 9
  • 10. March 10 Assignment  p 152   28­64   10

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