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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify.

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 :

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : I broke the numerator down and wrote each term over the denominator

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : Apply your rule for dividing variables

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : ANSWER

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : EXAMPLE # 2 :

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : EXAMPLE # 2 : Write each individual numerator over the denominator

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : EXAMPLE # 2 : Divide numbers by numbers and apply your rule for dividing variables.

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial Dividing a polynomial by a monomial is simple. Rewrite your problem placing each term in the numerator separately over the denominator. Use your rules for exponents to simplify. EXAMPLE # 1 : EXAMPLE # 2 :

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial You might have fractions that do not reduce and variables that do not have anything to be divided by. Just carry them along in your answer. EXAMPLE # 3 :

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial You might have fractions that do not reduce and variables that do not have anything to be divided by. Just carry them along in your answer. EXAMPLE # 3 : Write each individual numerator over the denominator

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial You might have fractions that do not reduce and variables that do not have anything to be divided by. Just carry them along in your answer. EXAMPLE # 3 : Divide numbers by numbers and apply your rule for dividing variables. Carry any other variable along for the ride.

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POLYNOMIALS – Dividing By a Monomial You might have fractions that do not reduce and variables that do not have anything to be divided by. Just carry them along in your answer. EXAMPLE # 3 :

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