Answer :

The division is as follows:

Here when n^{2} is multiplied by 4n^{2} we get 4n^{4} as the result.

In division the sign of the product [divisor × quotient] is always inverted to get the final result.

So the sign of product should always be opposite to that of the dividend.

So 4n^{4} becomes perfectly divisible by n^{2} and hence the quotient is 4n^{2} and remainder is 0.

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