Divide the polynomial f(x) 14x^3-5x^2+9x -1 by the polynomial g(x) 2x -1. Also find the quotient and reminder
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2x-1 | 14x^3-5x^2+9x-1 | 7x^2+x+5 rem 4

..........14x^3-7x^2

....................2x^2+9x

....................2x^2 - x

.............................10x-1

.............................10x-5

...........remainder.........4

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