Polynomial Long Division: Multiple Variables

in mathematics •  last month  (edited)

In this video I go over polynomial long division and this time look at an example that involves multiple variables. The process of division is exactly the same as for single variables.


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Polynomial Long Division: Multiple Variables

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In my earlier videos on polynomial long division I only covered examples that involved a single variable such as:

For multivariables, the process of polynomial long division works in exactly the same way but this time we will be dealing with terms that contain multiple variables.

Example:

Solution:

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