Answer :

The linear division method is as follows:

Representing the polynomial in first polynomial in coefficient form:

⟹ 2.m^{2} – 3.m + 10

⟹ (2, – 3, 10)

Bring the first term as it is. Then multiply 5 with the value written in the bottom result area. Continue this until done.

Quotient = 2m + 7

Remainder = 45

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