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    How are you supposed to find the values of d and e?

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    You pretty much follow through with what you've already done, but for  x and  x^0 (the constants) and compare the coefficients
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    How are you supposed to find the values of d and e?

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    Croissant
    Unless the question specifically asks for the Comparing Coefficients method, do it like this because it just ends up being much easier and quicker
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    Unless the question specifically asks for the Comparing Coefficients method, do it like this because it just ends up being much easier and quicker
    Oh okay, thank you so much! 😊
    I thought the question wanted me to use the Comparing Coefficients method because of how it was set out, but luckily I am much more confident using the long division method!
 
 
 
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