Synthetic Division
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Update. You can now enter the polynomials in any order, and there can be more than one term of the same degree. This is done at an expense of an extra 32 bytes. The terms will appear in descending order in the lists. This is a port from my program for synthetic division, ASYNDIV, for the TI 84 CE, uploaded to ticalc.org in 2013. The TI-version has 1139 bytes, while this one for the Casio fx CG50 has 1916, although several simplifications has been done: you can only use x for variable, and you cannot use rational coefficients, only integer ones. Furthermore, the lists on the Casio are presented vertically, one by one, instead of multiple ones horizontally, as on the TI 84 CE. So, you must use your imagination, or write the lists down in pairs. But, like with ASYNDIV, the only things that limit the number of polynomials you can enter, is memory and the degree of the first one.

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