# How do you find the quotient of #(8a^2+20a)div4a#?

We can now divide each of the terms on the numerator by 4a

simplify each fraction by cancelling.

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To find the quotient of (8a^2 + 20a) divided by 4a, we divide each term in the numerator by the denominator.

First, we divide 8a^2 by 4a, which gives us 2a. Next, we divide 20a by 4a, which gives us 5.

Therefore, the quotient is 2a + 5.

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