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    Ok so I'm stuck on Exercise 1D(i) Question d from the Edexcel C3 Modular textbook ...

    How can I solve the remainder using long division?

    \frac{2x^2+4x+5}{x^2-1}

    ??
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    Do you know how to even carry out long division in this case?

    (Original post by Philip-flop)
    Ok so I'm stuck on Exercise 1D(i) Question d from the Edexcel C3 Modular textbook ...

    How can I solve the remainder using long division?

    \frac{2x^2+4x+5}{x^2-1}

    ??
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    My bad...
    I think I was just having another one of my daft moments again today. I think I just need sleep and start again tomo.

    Is this the right answer...
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    (Original post by Philip-flop)
    My bad...
    I think I was just having another one of my daft moments again today. I think I just need sleep and start again tomo.

    Is this the right answer...
    Yeah that's right. The remainder would be 4x+7.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Yeah that's right. The remainder would be 4x+7.
    Thank you. And thanks again for putting up with my stupidity
 
 
 
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