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sorthon123

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hi i need help with this we whent over it in class but i was having a hard time following the enitre time how would you find the quotient and remainder of (x)/(x+1).

also with that how would you transform g(x)=(1/x) into f(x)=(x)/(x+1).

thank you very much to anyone that can help
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 hi i need help with this we whent over it in class but i was having a hard time following the enitre time how would you find the quotient and remainder of (x)/(x+1).also with that how would you transform g(x)=(1/x) into f(x)=(x)/(x+1).thank you very much to anyone that can help

For a complete explanation, use our polynomial division calculator:

http://www.webgraphing.com/polydivision.jsp

Enter x as the dividend and x+1 as the divisor.

As for g(x), I am not sure what you want, but if you replace x by (x+1)/x, you get:

g((x+1)/x)=1/((x+1)/x)=x/(x+1)
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