In this lesson, we discuss the division of Polynomials by essentially reversing the tabular method. It’s a little tricky at first, but once you get the hang of it, this is one of the most simple way to divide and factor terms out from a polynomial.

A common error is not having enough boxes so the diagonals are like terms. This often happens when a “place value” is missing. There are a few examples in the powerpoint slides for Unit 1.

### Helpful Videos:

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhxgaaQoYF0
- https://youtu.be/cFaDOj6i1J8?t=7m35s (for when you need an extra box).

## Alg. 2 – M2 – Lesson 3 (with HW)