# How do you simplify #(10x^3-25x^2+4x-10)/(-4-10x^2)#?

Quotient

Quotient -x. + (5/2) ------------------------------------------------------------- -10x^2 - 4. ) 10x^3 - 25x^2 + 4x - 10 +10x^3 + 0x^2 + 4x ----------------------------------------- - 25x^2 + 0x. - 10 - 25x^2 + 0x - 10 ------------------------------- Remainder 0

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To simplify the expression (10x^3-25x^2+4x-10)/(-4-10x^2), we can factor out a common factor of -1 from the numerator and denominator. This gives us (-1)(10x^3-25x^2+4x-10)/(-1)(4+10x^2). Simplifying further, we get (25x^2-10x^3-4x+10)/(10x^2+4).

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