# In my precalculus class we are learning how to do long and synthetic division of polynomials by hand. I am struggling with a particular problem because I cannot find an example that divides a polynomial by something more complex than x+a.  I'm working with:(6x^4 -3x^3 +29x^2) ÷ (3x^2 +13) If you could give me an example of this solved by hand that I could use for reference for solving other similar problems I would be very appreciative.

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In my precalculus class we are learning how to do long and synthetic division of polynomials by hand. I am struggling with a particular problem because I cannot find an example that divides a polynomial by something more complex than x+a.

I'm working with:

(6x^4 -3x^3 +29x^2) ÷ (3x^2 +13)

If you could give me an example of this solved by hand that I could use for reference for solving other similar problems I would be very appreciative.

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