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(10x^2 – 14x – 12) ÷ (5x + 3) please help with this:
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User: (10x^2 – 14x – 12) ÷ (5x + 3) please help with this:

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Asked 3/21/2011 8:40:30 PM
Updated 12/26/2014 11:23:20 AM
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(10x^2 – 14x – 12) ÷ (5x + 3)
= (10x^2/5x+3) - (14x/5x+3) - (12/5x-3)
= 2x - 4
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