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###### Use the [cmainder theorem to find P(-2) for P() =-X 2x -5. the quotient &nd the Lemainder for the assoclated division and the value of P (-2) Specifically; giveQuotientRemainderP(-2) = [

Use the [cmainder theorem to find P(-2) for P() =-X 2x -5. the quotient &nd the Lemainder for the assoclated division and the value of P (-2) Specifically; give Quotient Remainder P(-2) = [

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