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First, you have to start at the small numbers with similar variables, because it is the starter ones. To divide the polynomials, divide first term to first term. Divide the numerical coefficient, and if there's any exponent, subtract the exponents. Then do multiply and distribute to where it can be added or not. Then bring down down the next one. Continue until it's done. If there's a remainder, make it as positive or negative depending on the remainder, then make it as "all over" to the divisor.
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