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    i don't get how to do this, with two unknowns. if i divide the polynomial with x^2 - x + 2 using long division, i still reach nowhere
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    (Original post by Revision99)
    i don't get how to do this, with two unknowns. if i divide the polynomial with x^2 - x + 2 using long division, i still reach nowhere
    Try using the factor theorem.
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    (Original post by Revision99)
    i don't get how to do this, with two unknowns. if i divide the polynomial with x^2 - x + 2 using long division, i still reach nowhere
    Saying something divides something means there's no remainder. So use long division until you can't any further and then remember that remainder must be 0 and should be straight forward.
 
 
 
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