# Polynomial Euclidian Division

This calculator computes the euclidean division of two Polynomials over the rational numbers : P1 = Q * P2 + R (Q is the quotient and R the remainder).

Input
Variable = x
P_1 = x^5-2x^4+x^2-x-2
P_2 = x^3-x^2-x-2

Result
Quotient : Q = x^2 - x
Remainder : R = 2*x^2 - 3*x - 2
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## How to use this calculator?

Variable Input a single-letter that is the polynomial variable. Examples : polynomial = 4x+1 , then input variable = 'x' polynomial = 9t + 5 , then input variable ='t' Are accepted : The Polynomial variable Polynomial coefficients : must be rational numbers e.g. integer numbers (-4) or fractions (1/4) or decimals (3.6). Operators : + - * / ^ (the last is the power operator so x^2 = x^2) Parentheses : an example of use is (x^2+1)(x-5) Polynomial = x^2-4x+1 (variable = 'x') Polynomial = (x^2-1)(x-5)-3 (variable = 'x') Polynomial = x^3-4/3*x^2+1 (variable = 'x') Polynomial = 0.23*t^2-1/5*t+1/2 (variable = 't')