Can you solve this polynomial long division question?
See if you can figure this one out. Use polynomial long division to evaluate (x^2-1)/(x-1) , (x^3-1)/(x-1) , and (x^4-1)/(x-1). Then with these results try and write down a general formula for ( x^n-1)/(x-n). Where n is any Natural Number. ( There is a hint: look at the way the definition of "polynomial" is written.)See Answer 10 Add Answers