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Divide 4p2 + 6 by 2p – 2. Which statements are true about the division? Select three options. The divisor is 2p – 2. The dividend is 4p2 + 0p + 6. The quotient is 2p + 2 + . The remainder over the divisor is . To check the answer, multiply 2p + 2 + times 4p2 + 0p + 6 and verify that it equals the divisor.

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Answer:The answer to your question is belowStep-by-step explanation:1.                                            2p    +  2                       ⇒  QuotientDivisor    ⇒     2p - 2        4p²   +   0p  +  6            ⇒ Divident                                         -4p²    +   4p                                            0      +  4p  + 6                                                    -  4p   + 4                                                         0   + 10             ⇒ Remainder2. The dividend is 4p2 + 0p + 6. The quotient is 2p + 2 + . The remainder over the divisor is     10 / (2p - 2)  . To check the answer, multiply 2p + 2 + times 4p2 + 0p + 6 and verify that it equals the divisor.                   (2p - 2)(2p + 2) = 4p⁴ + 4p - 4p - 4                                            = 4p⁴ - 4 + 10                                           = 4p⁴ + 10