Use this page to experiment with dividing polynomials using the grid method. Your input should be two polynomials - the dividend (numerator) and the divisor (denominator). Once you have provided the polynomials, click the calculate button to obtain the result.
This is not a very sophisticated calculator. Please provide single variable, fully expanded polynomials using the "standard" notation, using the hat (^) symbol to indicate exponents.
For example, 3x^2-x+1 is an example of a well-formed polynomial. Also, please use "x" as the variable name in all calculations.
To see a set of randomly generated examples, click on the Examples button above.