A while back I shared a reference sheet for students learning how to divide polynomials using synthetic division. We focus on this method in our Algebra 2 class, but because polynomial long division is in the standards, I thought to also make a reference sheet to help students with this method.

Students should start at the

**"start here"**arrow with step 1.

*"What's missing to make x multiply to get x^3?"*

*Oh! 2 x's!*

So an x^2 goes up top. Students then multiply this x^2 by x+2, subtract, bring down and start the process over again.

You can find this reference sheet for polynomial long division here.

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