Non-US polynomial division notation

I am looking for examples of how polynomial division is presented to secondary students outside of the US. Wikipedia has a nice presentation of this for integer division here. Do you know of anything similar for polynomial division?

• Thanks. This is for a curriculum writing project and I'm interested in answers to the question I asked. Jun 26 '19 at 15:18
• @JoeTaxpayer It is the same in principle, but the look of it may be slightly different. Basically, take the example from Wikipedia for a single number and replace it with a polynomial. Jun 26 '19 at 17:24
• @JoeTaxpayer yes, I expect the approaches to polynomial division to have a similar bookkeeping difference to what is done in the US as the approaches to polynomial division do, but I'd like some documentation of that. I did find this book that seems to be popular in latin america. (See page 95 for an example of polynomial division.) Jun 26 '19 at 18:49
• I guess I'm a little confused as to why this is a question about mathematics and not education. The OP says "is presented to secondary students" and so presumably relevant? Jun 26 '19 at 21:12
• I've deleted many duplicate comments here that are making the same point -- that some users believe the question belongs on math.SE instead. After one or two comments of this type, the discussion devolved a bit. Anyone else who thinks this question is off-topic should feel free to vote to close the question, or post a meta question if more discussion is desired. Jun 27 '19 at 3:12