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1. Hi, I've spent ages trying to work out (x^2-7)/(x-2)(x+1) and I'm getting nowhere. Usually when dividing polynomials they are of different degrees so I can use the (x^3-2x-1)=(x+1)(ax^2+bx+c) method but this doesn't seem to work

any help is greatly appreciated
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