Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear factor.

(x^4−16)÷(x+2)

Indicate the quotient, Q(x), and the remainder, r(x), in the following equation:

P(x)/d(x)

=Q(x)+r(x)/d(x)

where P(x)=x^4−16 and d(x)=x+2

.

Q(x)=

r(x)=

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# Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear factor. (x^416)(x+2) Indicate the quotient, Q(x), and the remainder, r(x), in the…

Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear factor.

(x^4−16)÷(x+2)

Indicate the quotient, Q(x), and the remainder, r(x), in the following equation:

P(x)/d(x)

=Q(x)+r(x)/d(x)

where P(x)=x^4−16 and d(x)=x+2

.

Q(x)=

r(x)=