How to do Long Division with Polynomials (NancyPi)

Published on May 15, 2018 by

MIT grad explains how to do long division with polynomials. Here I show clear steps to divide two polynomials using long division. I give two examples, one basic example as an introduction to the steps, and one more advanced example. Nancy formerly of MathBFF explains the steps.

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The steps for long division of polynomials are the same as for long division of numbers and can be summarized as:

1) Find how many times the first term of your divisor (on the left) goes into the first term of your dividend (on the right).
2) Write that number (or "x" expression) on the top line above your dividend, aligned vertically with the term it's most similar to (like term).
3) Multiply that number (or "x" expression) by each term in your divisor (on the left) and write that result on the line directly below your dividend.
4) Subtract the second line from the first line and write your result below.
5) Drop down another term from your dividend into your bottom line.
6) Find how many times the first term of your divisor goes into the first term of your bottom line and write that result on your top line above the dividend, aligned vertically with the term like it.
7) Repeat steps #3-6 until the first term of your divisor cannot go into the first term of your bottom line result anymore. This bottom line expression is your remainder.
8) Your answer is your top line result plus your remainder over the divisor.

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  • Javier Arguelles 4 years ago

    I’m glad you’re back! Wish you the best with this new channel 😃

    • s 4 years ago

      which is that old channel she is representing before

  • Mehran 4 years ago


  • Zirou Chen 4 years ago

    Never been so early 😂

  • In_Motion96 4 years ago

    Miss you Nancy 😩😍

  • Marvin Rock 4 years ago

    Maybe use addative primary colors or florescent colors to increase the contrast?

    • xogmaster 4 years ago

      so unnecessary 😛

  • IvanMTG1 4 years ago

    Two vids in one day? Nice! Hope all is well Nancy!

  • LoneGunmanX 4 years ago

    Nice video Nancy!

  • James Dashwood 4 years ago

    I 💜 you Nancy .

  • Master Rahul Vlogs 4 years ago

    I love😍😍 uuuh🙊

  • Melo Marshies 4 years ago


  • Abel Lopez 4 years ago


  • James Ferguson 4 years ago

    You can also use synthetic division when dividing a polynomial by a binomial instead of long division.

    • MCMage 4 years ago

      Metal Mandalorian I actually find synthetic one quite funny 🙂 though i only use long division

    • 2002kofkof 3 years ago

      for synt. division the divisor must be a linear binomial (exponent of 1). So for the first problem Yes

  • José luis alvim 4 years ago

    Good work Nancy

  • David 4 years ago

    Thanks for this, I find this very difficult!

    • Dank Memes 4 years ago

      Ahmed, there is no such thing as use full you should say useful.

    • Ahmed Mzhr 4 years ago

      Dank Memes but it came from use +full so it become useful

    • Dank Memes 4 years ago

      Ahmed Mzhr You are illiterate

    • Ahmed Mzhr 4 years ago

      Dank Memes lol I’m illiterate but who think about Grammer and vocabulary lol for you

    • Dank Memes 4 years ago

      Ahmed Mzhr I’m sorry I can not understand you please speak proper English.

  • Vbastard 4 years ago

    NANCY…. Did you narrate and produce videos for a coursera project? Voice sounds very similar

  • Chaminda Silva 4 years ago

    Thanks for teaching me long division of polynomials .

  • curtis turic 4 years ago

    Thank you

  • EstebanZD 4 years ago

    Nancy! I’m glad you came back!

    And thanks for the video, it really helped me with this, I’m currently viewing this in school and it was a pain.

  • Mike Keenan 4 years ago

    I wish my teachers had told us to use parentheses for the subtracting part like you did. Would have prevented a lot of errors.

    • WHEELZZ 4 years ago

      I’m surprised they didn’t because if they didn’t use parentheses the way they taught you is wrong

    • cream bun 3 years ago

      @WHEELZZ Sums up my school years in maths,

  • Satyaban Ukil 4 years ago

    I have a division problem Madam. How to divide 1-a^2-8x^3 -6ax by 1-a-2x

  • Punky Hodge 4 years ago

    Can you please go over matrices.

  • ジョンマークEPIC 4 years ago

    yes 💕

  • AmeeTM 4 years ago

    How to use long division.. *”every one’s favourite”*


    • Valencia Lovecraft 4 years ago

      tfw sarcasm

  • AS 4 years ago

    Thank you Nancy for your videos they help me a lot and i hope you keep going to make more i really appreciate that

  • Manoj Tripathi 4 years ago

    gib clay

  • raju dhondphode 4 years ago

    In the 1st question the remainder is wrong it should be -3.

    • Big 3ye 4 years ago

      No it shouldn’t

  • hi its me 4 years ago

    You kind look like my Math Teacher, i hate her, but i don’t hate you, everyone in class hates her she doesn’t even know how to explain well…i got 4/20 last quiz and it pisses me off, cause she blamed me for not listening to her in class, i was listening but she was just talking gibberish, i like how you explained it, it really helped me gain higher grades😢😢😢

  • charles joshi 4 years ago

    thank you so much

  • Mohith2004 S 4 years ago

    It’s easy

  • Jericho De Guzman 4 years ago

    you look tired Nancy 🙁

  • godwin tayas 4 years ago

    Im not listening to my teacher in math I understand this better

  • Headmia Equinox 4 years ago

    Anyone else noticed that she uploaded a mirror version of the real video. That way everything would not be flipped around since she is writing on a glass.

  • Ahmed Mzhr 4 years ago

    lol my teacher don’t know it a high school teacher and there was an example of drawing function using derivatives and i was confused until I see your vid

  • Big 3ye 4 years ago

    What if the constants are not divisible?

  • Taha Malik 4 years ago

    Thank you soooo much!!!!!!!

    • Abdullah 4 years ago


  • Dodds Ewan 4 years ago

    how is she writing backward like that????

    • LWE By Najeeb Khan 4 years ago

      I’m also thinking that’s ??

    • Pinoy Ako 3 years ago

      she wrote on the fiber glass 😂😂😂

    • Derek 3 years ago

      @Ian Siegel Nah, she is an actual genius that can write backwards

    • jrbleau 3 years ago

      That’s actually a skill that was used on WW2 aircraft carriers.

    • Coltyn Stone-Lamontagne 2 years ago

      @Derek no no no! See, he had evil parents who though they were funny and only taught her to write backwards! Now she is incapable of writing forwards and this is her only career option!

  • Mazhar Abbas Bukhari 4 years ago

    Miss Nancy ,u look upset during this video.Be Blessed

  • Leonardo S. 4 years ago

    Is she writing backwards?

  • Chrissy Stewart 4 years ago

    Very Helpful

    • Chrissy Stewart 4 years ago

      I will do my best to get better in polynomial division

  • elumalai aruna 4 years ago

    how to take lcm in partial fraction

  • historywept 4 years ago


    • historywept 4 years ago

      i was really struggling with this but your video and the steps in the description made it really simple!

  • Gabriel Ethan 4 years ago

    Thank youuuu

  • Kim Yates 4 years ago

    Thankn you TT

  • mohit gedar 4 years ago

    first go and lrn how to divide polynomials .[(x+1)(x+2)]+3 is right

  • Alex Roque 4 years ago

    The divisor got me but now I know there’s a 0x.

  • Antonio Mele 4 years ago

    Super helpful!

  • Joel Garcia 4 years ago

    This helped a ton

  • Kent Lee 4 years ago

    cant thank you enough

  • Mike Miller 4 years ago

    Nancy, you’re going to help me pass an engineering exam! It’s amazing how this elementary division has came back to haunt, lol.

    • Matthew Karazincir 2 years ago

      Oh god, I have to revisit this in college?? yay..

  • Brett Cottee 4 years ago

    Hi Nancy
    I am on the East Coast and I do love pasta. East Coast of Australia that is, if you come to Australia say Hi.
    Pacing of you videos is perfect, enough time to put my own answer if i have it but not so slow that I am waiting if I don’t. Voice is not harsh or gating like some presenters.
    I have returned to learning at 55yo. Eng degree so maths is important. You and SnugglyHappyMathTime have been a great help.

  • Duncan McFarlane 4 years ago

    Advance algebra

  • Alec 4 years ago

    Why do you have to add the 0x to one but not the other?

  • J A 4 years ago

    Thank you so much. Brilliant

  • Desirae Vaccaro 4 years ago

    Nancy, I really love your videos. You help me so much. High school for me was 2000-2004 so it’s been a while. Now I’m in the university and we are doing these types of problems

  • Dave Owens 4 years ago

    Thanks for the clarification Nanci! Studying for my CLEP exam and this was helpful.

  • SJ 4 years ago

    Thank you so much! I have a test today and this was extremely helpful!

  • Virginia Rivera 4 years ago

    Thank you so much i understand it now. I like how you explain why things are done, it is easy to follow you. You have helped me with all my exams. Thank you.

  • Misty Diablo 4 years ago

    Got that right
    “Came back to haunt you in highschool”

    • MK 3 years ago

      And in College

  • Epic Style 4 years ago

    is she okay?

    She doesn’t look well..Like she is depressed or something

    • Bunnylow 4 years ago

      Hugh Jass yeah she’s probs tired of lookin at ur dumbass comments

    • JayDog 1407 4 years ago

      Bunnylow hehe

    • Epic Style 4 years ago

      wow what an insult how old are you 12

  • Archie Garg 4 years ago

    you make thinks look so easy! Thank You!

  • REY HERRERA 4 years ago

    didn’t get any of that smh

  • Rajendra Misir 4 years ago

    Excellent step by step explanation Nancy! I like your teaching method. And I enjoyed watching how you taught the integration by parts and u-substitution techniques.

  • Jonel Dayana 4 years ago

    Ugh god bless you! You’ve helped me understand if I hope I pass my math test tomorrow

  • Rob Thorn 4 years ago

    Great, thank you. But the problem I’m having is a bit different. There are functions in Matlab (and Octave) called “lqe” or “lqr”, solving ;linear quadratic systems (Riccati equations ?) I’m trying to find an explanation of how those functions work. If those are somethings you can explain I would love to see it.

  • Brett Williams 4 years ago

    Nancy, you should start a Tutoring service to boost that income a little more, and help us struggling students!

  • Adelin Bonheur 4 years ago

    Hey Nancy can you teach me integrals

  • Amanda Brito 4 years ago

    love ya ❤️

  • Holden 4 years ago

    I love you, thank you.

  • Piyush Gupta 4 years ago

    No thanks

  • M C Mize 4 years ago

    The funny thing is the way she talks and her mannerisms remind me of my actual math teacher.

  • Nagesh Nags 4 years ago

    Nice vedio

  • PAEZ xKILLZ 4 years ago

    Nancy you are the best YouTube teacher 👩‍🏫😍 ever

  • Joebert Villa 4 years ago


  • Mr. A 4 years ago

    big thank u , i’ve been struggling doing this since high school , but now i’m a master

  • Taylor Butts 4 years ago

    Just a recommandation for when you have a place holder for X. 1. you can not put anything there since many people should not need one. If you have to right now you need to put a 1 as a place holder so 1 times X = X but right now you are saying 0 times X = 0. Just a thought! Thanks! Like the Video!!!!

    • Taylor Butts 4 years ago

      3x minus x = 2x so no 3x minus 0x = should be 2x but you have it as 3x?????????????????

  • Hayk Samvelyan 4 years ago

    Very well explained, you have helped me overcome my fear of this very complicated process.

  • Akhun 4 years ago


  • Akhun 4 years ago

    -0x square + 10xsquare = 9xsquare

  • Boyd Jeremiah 4 years ago


  • 타코벨남자 4 years ago

    선생님은 감사합니다

  • abbæ delozarcoz 4 years ago


  • Elite Wolf 4 years ago

    I have a problem where my second term and and my multiplied second term have different degrees. What would I do then?

  • Layan Ossama 4 years ago

    Yeahh i really understood 😊

  • anonymous 999 4 years ago

    Thankyou. This video is very helpful.

  • Penny Dynasty 4 years ago

    Thanks. It really did help

  • Savage Salyer 4 years ago

    what is with youtube and these shit ads, ofcource i hate studing and i hate math the hell are you reminding me of that for, why do u think i youtube this video. get the f out of the way.

  • JamieG321 4 years ago

    Another tip is to simplify the polynomial first to save time. For the polynomial you can write (x^2+x+2x+5)/x+1, then split it into two fractions into (x^2+x)/x+1…this simplifies to x+ (2x+5)/x+1

  • Nandan Shah 4 years ago

    I am in love with you 😍

  • iridejmin 4 years ago

    I really need thiss

  • Qudratol Wazir 4 years ago

    very nice

  • Venture Adventure 4 years ago

    Really great video, I’m in eighth grade and this video really helped me understand what I didn’t get in class. Thank you so much!

  • Thulisisizwe Magagula 4 years ago

    she just solved my problem…..thank you

  • Arfan Husson 4 years ago

    Thanks ma’m

  • hans 4 years ago

    I have an engineering degree and never learned this til now.

    • Edward Newgate 3 years ago

      hans how did u graduate without knowing this?

  • Akarya Frazier 4 years ago

    Thank You 😊

  • Mr. Camacho 4 years ago

    You lost me at, “polynomials”

  • ilvânia Nameli 4 years ago

    Did she stop recording videos? I haven’t seen any new video of hers

  • Steven Andrew 4 years ago

    Partial fraction decomposition is another useful algebraic skill in higher math that may not come easy at first.

  • Abdalla Ahmed 4 years ago

    You look tired babe, have some rest. Thanks for the lesson btw, i understood everything you were talking about.

    • kay kita 3 years ago

      i thought the same

  • Old Youtube Channel 4 years ago

    Thanks Nancy This really helped when u said put the distributed part under the polynomisl And to line them up (:

  • twistedblktrekie 4 years ago

    I prefer the Reverse Tabular/”Box” Method for solving such problems because into the various Area Models when doing multiplication and division. I think it’s an easier algorithm to commit to memory, and it allows you to see how the numbers come together.

  • GZA 4 years ago

    Is the 0x really necessary? Sure it might be more formal but surely it doesn’t affect the solution or the steps at all.

    • Corey Zelez 4 years ago

      when working with large gaps between polynomial terms e.g x^5 and x^2 , it helps keep it more ordered so you can write your next steps in the right spot

  • Zillion Solomon 4 years ago

    Thanks so much..
    You saved me..
    I love dis appreciate,,,
    Plz do roots of quadratic equations… Thanks

  • kamaljeet Singh 4 years ago

    X-1/x+1 how

  • preeti lukose 4 years ago

    how do you write so quickly backwards that’s amazing ?!?!?!??!?!?!

    • Jack McMahon 4 years ago

      she writes normally then inverts the video. It is backwards in real life, but because she flips the visuals it is normal post edit

  • Vaishali Desai 4 years ago

    I can’t believe I understand

  • Mark Gonzalez 4 years ago

    Taking cal 2 this semester and these came up and I completely forgot how. This was a perfect refresher!

  • Gamma Del Ray 4 years ago

    I always get super excited when I look up a concept and one of your videos pops up. Because I know afterwards I will actually understand it better.

  • Ryan Oh 4 years ago

    my algebra teacher is normally very good but man he confused me on this badly. this video clairfied me on this. Thank you!

  • Foad Jafari 4 years ago

    Are you really sad and upset or that’s just your normal facial expression?!

  • caleb weiss raaberg 4 years ago

    Good makeup

  • Miri Noa 3 years ago

    OMG! ty, bring me hither thine face that I might kiss you- MWAH!

  • Yosef 3 years ago

    3x times 0x is 0 not 0x^2 wtf bruh

    • Preba Briggs 3 years ago

      Yosef yes it is

  • Vishnu Gupta 3 years ago

    Thank you so much Nancy! This is no longer my nightmare 😀

    • srdgamers generation 3 years ago


  • Jay O Smitty 3 years ago

    mann, it is crazy how i’m so entertained by this teacher. she speaks english and she is teaching me something

  • Sa Lih 3 years ago

    11:07 this made me laugh😂

  • Nyasi 3 years ago

    Math makes me want to cry

    • pe4chybat 3 years ago

      You and me both;;

    • Дарья Волкова 2 years ago

      It’s not my level of knowledge, it’s about that:

    • Zechteri 2 years ago

      At least ya wont cry alone.

    • Mathematics school 2 years ago

      Why 😏

    • John Whtt 2 years ago

      Only when you don’t get anythig and you test is tomorrow

  • prithu adhikari 3 years ago


  • Desert Rose 3 years ago

    Math is always fun with Nancy.

  • AIM to AIIMS 3 years ago

    I learned this in 9th or 10th class
    But today I have bio..and a dream to be a doctor…but still physics contains many calculation😅

  • Ishwari Revgade 3 years ago

    Thanku so much…this was really helpful!!!

  • Pretty Alina 3 years ago

    you probably hear this alot but you look like an A.I🤔🤨

  • Ghost 3 years ago

    Thanks for the help had an upcoming test and I didn’t understand how to do the long division part until now thanks! 😀

  • Akuli ___ 3 years ago

    Nancy is Better than my teacher at school!!!!

  • Sameer Khan 3 years ago

    Can you please explain the algbaric identities.

  • John Kenny 3 years ago

    I searched for help on this topic, this didn’t come up until I clicked in and when I seen it I went here instead

  • Samuel Lansdowne 3 years ago

    this was really helpful, thank you, I’ve got my OCR FSMQ paper tomorrow (now that i have finished my actual GCSEs) so this will come in handy, Cheers!

  • Jam Jam 3 years ago

    Thank you very much Nancy! This will help me a lot tomorrow with my regents.

  • 3D to 5D Consciousness 3 years ago

    I love that you can make this easy for people to understand BUT when do we really need to use this in our daily lives?

    People really ought to question why they need to learn this. I’ve learned this in high school. And I have NEVER EVER needed for anything in my daily life. It’s a redundant topic in math that the system makes kids learn for nothing.

    Instead of teaching kids to manage their money, how to invest, diversify, they teach this junk… no offence to what you’re doing.

    But really? Why bother to learn this stuff when you’re never going to need it.

  • Green peas 3 years ago

    thank u NANCY I was not understanding this

  • Ismail Ghori 3 years ago

    Any one from India

  • KrispyKris 3 years ago

    Isn’t anyone going to notice how she wrote it TOWARDS us…

  • Shan Priya 3 years ago

    Thank you mam

  • Mulatto Menace 3 years ago

    No Sleep Nancy….

  • Athiambo Nyabundi 3 years ago

    Pls do rates of change

  • oogleeh 3 years ago


  • mike henry 3 years ago

    Wow …..nancy said that was fun..! God bless your heart

  • Mitch Swanson 3 years ago

    Hey Nancy thank you. You are smart enough to make this soo easy for me, you related to Inanna? She is a goddess also. AKA Ishtar, Venus, blah blah blah . I bet you’re right handed too

  • Yukie Cyrus 3 years ago

    Who want to go to mars!

  • Lucihaua xd 3 years ago

    who writes that way
    she is writing each word the opposite side

  • Liliane Laureijs 3 years ago

    Honestly thank you so much. This is the first video on this I can honestly understand

  • Larry Shinn 3 years ago

    thanks learned alot

  • Penuti 3 years ago

    your the best teacher

  • Ari Rabin 3 years ago

    How do you know where to put the 0x term?

  • Steven Flogio 3 years ago

    Easy. Thank you

  • Matemática Fácil com Prof. Juarez 3 years ago

    Thanks a lot. That’s a very important subject.

  • Jaiinder Sandhu 3 years ago

    3x times 0x is just zero.

  • Ichijo david 3 years ago

    Is she writing in back words

  • Sindhu Nair 3 years ago

    I slept in my class because I knew that your video would help me understand the concept better and i was right. 😄😄😄😄 Thank you Nancy!

  • Martha Zamora 3 years ago

    Nancy, could you also show how to solve long polynomial equations? With another equation on the other side of the equals sign.

  • Dhwani 3 years ago

    NANCY! THANK U SM <3333 if you have the expertise, can you make organic chemistry tutorials and physics videos as well? those would be really popular, as the only good chem tutor on YouTube is Melissa Maribel! Thanks!

  • Elijah Hooper 3 years ago

    Thanks! My teacher was far less clear describing this. he just told us to add a zero whenever it makes it work but never told us why or how!!

  • WolvieGaming 3 years ago

    Does she write all of this backwards? That looks complicated

    • Rarity Aeon 3 years ago

      LittleGreenFriend i was about to ask that very thinf

  • Sakina Madri 3 years ago

    U are so beautiful

    • Rarity Aeon 3 years ago

      Tahira Madri i bet one thousand dollars you are indian

  • Rania Ayash 3 years ago

    I love you

  • John W. Peterson 3 years ago

    Nancy you are a very good math teacher. Thank you.

  • KnowThyself7 3 years ago

    “I got it made! I’m hot for teacher.”

  • Foggo Gaggamazza 3 years ago

    Nancy, You have cleared up my confusion!! Thanks a lot 😊!

  • Anis Salimi 3 years ago

    Thnk youuuuuuuuu so much i understand it better now💓

  • shylingg 3 years ago

    0:16 “And now it’s come back to haunt you in highschool”
    Me, in junior high: :’)

    • Mark Zuckerbread 3 years ago

      It’ll come back in college as well

  • Jessica P. 3 years ago

    thank you!

  • Annabella Irvin 3 years ago

    You explained this very well, which is good or else I would have failed lmao

  • MIL PORO 3 years ago

    الي خاش يكحل ب المزه لايك

  • syousef 3 years ago

    The trouble is with “new math”/”common core math” they don’t learn long division. Drives me insane!

  • Nishad Vm 3 years ago

    Hi madom iam from India…. super teacher….I can understand easily this method

  • Sery Rotana Oudom 10A 3 years ago

    Thanks! It really helps alot

  • Minmin Chan 3 years ago

    she looks stressed… like me LOL

    • Darius Bagdonas 3 years ago

      It may be, because she looks into inverted numbers on a glass (mirror way)

    • Roohi Nasir 2 years ago

      Minmin Chan yes ..shes looking in stress

    • Sondip Roy 2 years ago

      Who your mother is stresed. You fool

  • Autumn Millord 3 years ago

    Lol I can barely see anything that’s over your face 😂😂 great video

  • SociallyAwkwardGuy 3 years ago

    Is it me or its more understandable if you listen math on youtube more than at your teacher in school ^^

  • Si Bat 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for this video. It helped me so much.

  • vincent gitiva 3 years ago

    thanks for that, loved your way of explaining

  • Francis Keya 3 years ago

    Wow, I the best Maths teacher in YouTube

    • Explosive Best 3 years ago

      also check out the Organic Chemistry Tutor. He does maths and science and is very good.

  • Shoto Todoroki 3 years ago

    Thank u save my Grades!!!!
    God bless You!!!!🙏🙏😥🙏🙏😫

  • Jamesfloatyhead YT 3 years ago

    I thought 3X*0X would just equal 0, not 0x^2.

    P.S please correct me if I’m wrong, my math is very bad.

    • ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ 3 years ago

      You cannot multiply the 3 by the X, only the X by the other X. In 3X*0X, 3*0=0, but X*X=X^2. That is why 3X*0X= 0X^2. No worries, you will be an expert in math one day!

    • Jamesfloatyhead YT 3 years ago


  • Mhamad omer 3 years ago

    کوڕە بژی ئەرێوەڵا ❤

  • seema sayyad 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for it

  • Khalil Hariri 3 years ago

    thank you .

  • Just Me 3 years ago

    We always called this Synthetic Division.

  • KHUSHI SHARMA 3 years ago

    ThankU sooo muchhh!!

  • Ginger Hugges 3 years ago


  • Jagdish Grover 3 years ago

    Hi Where do you live di.

  • Q8Duelist 3 years ago

    thx you Nancy!

  • Lions Gate 3 years ago

    How did she know im in high school

  • Albert Beaulne 3 years ago

    Where is this used

  • james hopkins 3 years ago

    hay NancyPi How can I do this operation: 1/p(x) ?

  • John Vandersall 3 years ago

    NancyPI WHO TAUGHT you this black magic and is it necessary

  • Abner Solorzano 3 years ago

    I see u Miss looking kinda cute ahahaha

    • Jose Olvera-gonzalez 3 years ago

      very nice !

  • Bastab Kalita 3 years ago

    Thank u its make me understand easier

  • Kimora Lee 3 years ago

    I still don’t understand why we need a place holder of 0x.. never mind I get it

  • Hayder Gfg 3 years ago

    thank you very much

  • Pedro Sabino Gomes 3 years ago

    Nancy: You are fantastic, amazing, clever!! Love your lessons!! Kisses. Pedro

  • Brendan O'Rourk 3 years ago

    How about we just have all these youtubers be teachers then we can all not be stupid.

  • qoobee is life 3 years ago

    I don’t seem to understand the answer on the last expression…. can you explain it?

  • Sunitha Raj 3 years ago

    Thanks very much for the video nancy sis
    Helped me a lot

  • Xitlaly Ramirez 3 years ago

    I understand you more than my actual teacher thank you so much

  • Javen Ann 3 years ago

    Mas naintindihan kopa tong english na turo kaysa sa turo ng teacher ko na filipino

  • John Smith 3 years ago

    Nancy, Can You Do My Homework?

  • David Guillen 3 years ago

    Hey Nancy! Could you please do an Integration by Partial Fraction Decomposition video??

  • Matthew Harris 3 years ago

    Whoever made math, why didn’t they just stop at the basics? 😂

    • Elon Mush 2 years ago

      Because the more advanced maths have more applications, and they’re all necessary. I know it’s complicated, but don’t give up.

  • Aaralyn Davis 3 years ago

    helpful video! ur kinda emotionless, it startled me for a second LOL

  • We DoArt 3 years ago

    Math is really a sad story that makes me cry 😂😂

  • mohet nouh 3 years ago

    baby i was share you

  • Rachel Ruiz 3 years ago

    Omg this helped me,thank you very much
    I like your teaching way better than my algebra teacher @Nancypi #Nancypi

  • Zaheeda Tshankie 3 years ago


  • Jasmine Dixon 3 years ago

    Thank you 😭

  • John Vandersall 3 years ago

    nancy you better take care of yourself

  • Mbongeni Mavundla 3 years ago

    Thank you so much NancyPi this video was very helpful. I officially LOVE long division.

  • foiliyy 3 years ago

    *What? Still searching YouTube for math hel—*

  • Emma Alvarez 3 years ago

    Very nicely explauned Thank you!…

  • Vandhana 3 years ago

    Thank u

  • CT-1117 Blast 3 years ago

    Thanks you 🙏🏽 and…FOR THE REPUBLIC

  • Hathik H 3 years ago

    from India

  • JustMax 3 years ago

    I’m just impressed she’s writing backwards

  • Hemeshen Maghraj 3 years ago

    Extremely Helpful!

  • NICKY Duce 3 years ago

    daaam, this helped me soo much.
    Thank you for your time and energy

  • Padmeswar Doley 3 years ago

    It’s easy for me now tq

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  • blitzblutz 3 years ago

    Nancy is the best!

  • Josh Ludahl 3 years ago

    Thanks for explaining this!!! Makes a ton more sense!!!

  • Miss.Fortune 3 years ago

    I’ve never been good at Regular Long division, this is going to kill me

  • Guilherme Moresco 3 years ago

    Uhh… thanks Nancy. I never learned this in school. Needed it to solve an integral just now. Yay uni I guess…

  • Magic Bus 3 years ago

    Nancy, I wanted to share this thought with you. I would to see you start at a beginner level and you would know the progression to move to the next video. It would be like you having 2 channels. You are good at what you do.

  • Jahidul Haque 3 years ago


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  • Myakhlom 3 years ago

    stop writing on my screen

  • Shafi Nabard 2 years ago

    Thanks Nancy. It was so uncomfortable

  • Reece Morley 2 years ago

    Props for being able to write all of that backwards! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Rabi Roy 2 years ago

    You are a good teacher

  • ralfs belohvosciks 2 years ago

    I just realised you are writing in reverse, damn, thats a cool skill!

  • Kibby 2 years ago

    when her reverse hand writing is better than your normal hand writing

  • Suh Guy 2 years ago

    Yep I did not understand long division in primary, and now it suddenly returns to haunt me in Matric.

  • sam angela 2 years ago

    I wish you were my teacher

  • Mary Katherine Hawk 2 years ago

    I actually love math but it’s been 10 years since college and now I’m going back for another degree and I can’t remember anything with math. This breaks it down so I can just jump right back on the horse. Thank you for the clarity in your explanation.

  • The SmartAcademy 2 years ago

    WOW! You are really a Smart Teacher

  • Vilayat Ali 2 years ago

    Your method of teaching is as good as you are…

  • Yotub 2 years ago

    …u know noam?

  • Nepur Kumar Talukdar 2 years ago

    mam nice explanation.

  • TruthSikher 2 years ago

    Do we need to understand why we do these steps or just how to do them?

  • Callum Ritchie 2 years ago

    Is she writing all this backwards or is it just me?

  • I Gordon 2 years ago

    save her. period. send.

  • Krypton cp 2 years ago

    long division always comes back to haunt u => 10:15 most students

  • Gideon SMITH 2 years ago

    Great job Nancy. Your patience is like a person from Seventh-day Adventist background per Revelation 14:12. God’s blessings. Thumbs up if you agree 👍

  • Andres Mercado 2 years ago

    Thank you Nancy really helped for my upcoming test ur awesome 👍

  • Seeran Fatima 2 years ago

    Thank u

  • MinusTime 2 years ago

    This is great stuff to learn from. I’m even learning a lot from Nancy’s channel know how good I am at math and calculus. Never did I know this until I found this video. Or I probably learned it in the past but its been so long. Its always good to get the review in.

  • Joseph Shaff 2 years ago

    most people can’t write backwards, that was my interview test as a Drafter … once I realized what he was making me do by not letting me turn the paper around I about busted a gut

  • Art Is Fun 2 years ago

    I was completely blank in this concept and I wanna learn it….and u were the only one to help me out of this stuff…really thanks to u

  • Wim M 2 years ago

    This beautiful young lady has the ability to turn a mammoth task into a cinch.
    Very good instructions.

  • Anirvan Kothuri 2 years ago

    Thank you so much, I understood this concept really well

  • TheSodaBomber 2 years ago

    plss upload more

  • Angela Maldonado 2 years ago

    Thank you! I finally understand this after watching over 15 videos 🙏!

  • Quincy Keith Langub 2 years ago

    I love when a good looking lady teach me math I just listen automatically lmao

  • YUNG ICEY TMG 2 years ago

    im in the 6th grade… i think i came to the wrong place

  • JrPlayz 16 2 years ago

    Thankyou so much! your an angel in disguise. <3

  • Amazing bros 2 years ago

    hello guys,she is writing it mirrored for us,appreciate it by liking this comment

  • John Whtt 2 years ago

    I keep forgetting this!

  • Riya Kumawat 2 years ago

    How u writing 🤔🤔😱😕

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  • Dylan 2 years ago

    It really bothers me, the fact she must be writing this inverted so it looks normal in the camera…

  • Nickolas Flowerra 2 years ago

    wow you really helped me understand! thank you so much!!

  • Giri Sir Computer Centre -GFee 2 years ago

    thank you mam

  • Furn 2 years ago

    Lol I’m doing engineering and I never thought I’d ever need this again

  • Lokranjan B Gowda 2 years ago

    I like this because you teach slowly, Thanks

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