Polynomial%20Long%20Division %20x%5E2-6x%2B8 and %20x-3

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Using polynomial long division, evaluate the expression below:
%20x%5e2 - 6x%2b8
%20x - 3

First, we write our expression in long division format and follow the steps below.

Step 1
 1a)  Divide the first term of the dividend by the first term of the divisor → -6x ÷ = x(1 - 1) =
 1b)  We multiply that part of the quotient by the divisor → (%20x - 3) =   →  Click here to see the Math for this Multiplication.
 1c)  Subtract from -6x to get -6x  →  Click here to see the Math.

      
 - 3-6x
         
   -6x     


Step 2
 2a)  Divide the first term of the dividend by the first term of the divisor → -6x ÷ = x(1 - 1) =
 2b)  We multiply that part of the quotient by the divisor → (%20x - 3) =   →  Click here to see the Math for this Multiplication.
 2c)  Subtract from -6x to get -6x  →  Click here to see the Math.

       
 - 3-6x
         
   -6x     
         
   -6x     


Since we do not have a remainder, we have our answer below:
Answer =  

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