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Divide:

a. 9x^2+6x+1/x+1

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Doing division gives us 9x as the 1st element.

Multiplying x+1 by 9x gives 9x²+9x.

Subtracting this from 9x²+6x+1 gives -3x+1.

Dividing -3x+1 by x+1 gives -3.

Multiplying x+1 by -3 gives -3x-3.

Subtracting this from -3x+1 gives 4.

This means the answer is 9x - 3 + 4/(x+1).

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