1.

 

Divide the first term in the divisor into the first term in the

dividend.

 

 

After multiplying this term in the quotient by the divisor and

then subtracting the product from the dividend, we get

 

 

after we bring down the next term from the dividend.

 

Divide the first term in the divisor into the first term in the

remainder.

 

 

Multiply this term in the quotient by the divisor and subtract

the product from what remains of the dividend.

 

 

Divide the first term in the divisor into the first term in the

remainder.

 

 

Multiply the 19 by the divisor and subtract from the

remainder.

 

At this point the remainder of -52 has smaller degree than he

divisor. We can express the answer as a quotient and a remainder as

 

 

or we can put the remainder over the divisor in a fraction

 

or

 

 

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