Intro to long division of polynomialsDividing quadratics by linear expressions (no remainders)Dividing quadratics by linear expressions with remaindersDividing quadratics by linear expressions with remainders: missing x-term
Intro to the Polynomial Remainder TheoremRemainder theorem: finding remainder from equationRemainder theorem examplesRemainder theorem: checking factorsRemainder theorem: finding coefficientsProof of the Polynomial Remainder Theorem
After we have added, subtracted, and multiplied polynomials, it's time to divide them! This will prove to be a little bit more sophisticated. It turns out that not every polynomial division results in a polynomial. When it doesn't, we end up with a remainder (just like with integer division!).