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**Use long division to divide.**

$(x^4-5x^3+6x^2-x-2)\div(x+2)$

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$\begin{array}{l} \phantom{x+2;}{~~~~~~~~~~~~~x^3+3x^2-1}\\ x+2\overline{\smash{)}~~~x^4+5x^3+6x^2-x-2}\\ \phantom{x-3;}\underline{-x^4-2x^3}\\ \phantom{{x-3;}4x}~~~~~~~~3x^3+6x^2\\ \phantom{{x-3;}4x^3~~+}\underline{3x^3-6x^2}\\ \phantom{{x-3+;}4x^3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+}{-x-2}\\ \phantom{{x-3;}4x^3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+}\underline{x+2}\\ \phantom{{x-3+;}4x^3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+}{0}\\ \end{array}$

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