| Olinthus Gregory - 1833 - 427 pages
...squares. 3. That the cube of the binomial a + b, is a* + 3 a* b + 3 a b3 + b3. SECTION IV. — Division. **1. To divide one monomial by another, suppress the...of the polynomial by the monomial according to the** rule 1, and connect the results by their proper signs. 3. To divide two polynomials one by the other,... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - Mathematics - 1834 - 427 pages
...squares. 3. That the cube of the binomial a + b, is a3 + 3 a" b + 3 a b" + b3. SECTION IV. — Division. **1. To divide one monomial by another, suppress the...of the polynomial by the monomial according to the** rule 1, and connect the results by their proper signs. 3. To divide two polynomials one by the other,... | |
| Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1848
...be struck out. The same rule applies to the signs in division us in multiplication. 2. To divide & **polynomial by a monomial, divide each term of the polynomial by the monomial according to** Rule 1, and connect the results by their proper signs. 3. To divide two polynomials one by the other,... | |
| William Smyth - Algebra - 1851 - 236 pages
...a363 by — 9 a26. From what has been done, we have the following rule for the division of polynomials **by a monomial: Divide each term of the polynomial by the monomial,** observing to give to each partial quotient, as we proceed, the proper sign. XXXIV. Let the proposed... | |
| Charles Davies, William Guy Peck - Mathematics - 1857 - 592 pages
...the employment of negative exponents the remaining operation may always be indicated. Zd. Division of **a polynomial by a monomial. Divide each term of the polynomial by the** divisor separately, and the algebraic sum of the separate results will be the quotient sought. 3d.... | |
| Charles Davies - Algebra - 1860 - 299 pages
...357 Ans. -r_ 10. Reduce -- ^—^-- -Ans. 3a52c2. — 5a~65~ To divide a polynomial by a monomial. 51. **To divide a polynomial by a monomial : Divide each term of the** dividend, separately, by the divisor ; the algebraic sum of the quotients will be the quotient sought.... | |
| 1863
...squares. 3. That the cube of the binomial a + b, is a3 + 3 a' 3 a 6' + b3. SECTION IV. — Division. **1. To divide one monomial by another, suppress the...of the polynomial by the monomial according to the** rule 1, and connect the results by their proper signs. 3. To divide two polynomials one by the other,... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Algebra - 1863 - 420 pages
...terms are alike, prefix the plus sign to the quotient ; if they are unlike, prefix the minus sign. **To divide a polynomial by a monomial ; — Divide each term of the** dividend separately, and connect the quotients by their proper signs, NOTE. — It may happen that... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Algebra - 1864 - 420 pages
...terms are alike, prefix the plus sign to the quotient ; if they are unlike, prefix the minus sign. **To divide a polynomial by a monomial ; — Divide each term of the** dividend separately, and connect the quotients by their proper signs. NOTE. — It may happen that... | |
| Paul Allen Towne - Algebra - 1865 - 298 pages
...a;5y525-Ha;5y5z3 14. 15. — 6'Vr--2lV=3y. 16. — 7| a;6y H- — 17. 729xy -H — 27r -t- 6i 18. 69. **To divide a polynomial by a monomial : Divide each term of the** dividend by the divisor, according to 68. KXAMPLES. 1. Divide a? -\- 2xy + y3 by x. Ans. x + 2y + y3x-1.... | |
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