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Use long division to divide. $$\left(x^{3}-9\right) \div\left(x^{2}+1\right)$$

Chapter 3

Polynomial and Rational Functions

Section 3

Real Zeros of Polynomial Functions

we have to divide. We have to divide X cubed minus nine. This is turned me divided with excess squared plus one. So now multiply with X will be excused and then this will be classics minus and then minor. So this will be left with minus X minus nine only. So now we left with only X minus X plus nine divided with excess well plus one. So this is the next.

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