SOLUTION: Divide 6a^3h + 13a^2h -4a^h - 15 by 2a^h + 3
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Divide 6a^3h + 13a^2h -4a^h - 15 by 2a^h + 3
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Arrange the variables alphabetically within the expression -15by^(2)a^(h). This is the standard way of writing an expression.