### Concept (1)

When dividing polynomials, we can use either long division or synthetic division to arrive at an answer. Using long division, dividing polynomials is easy. We simply write the fraction in long division form by putting the divisor outside of the bracket and the divided inside the bracket. After the polynomial division is set up, we follow the same process as long division with numbers.

### Sample Problems (6)

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Divide:

4x⁴ + 6x³ + 3x − 1
2x² + 1
###### Problem 1
How to divide polynomials using long division.
###### Problem 2
Finding remainders using long division of polynomials.
###### Problem 3
Using long division to determine whether or not a binomial is a factor of a polynomial.
###### Problem 4
Introduction to long division of polynomials with varied number of terms in the divisor.
###### Problem 5
Performing long division of polynomials where the remainder is zero.
###### Problem 6
Using zeros as placeholders in long division where some coefficients of the dividend are zero.
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