Try the following SAT math practice question (No Calculator) that tests your ability to deal with polynomials and algebraic fractions.

$$ \dfrac{2x^2+x}{x+2} $$

The expression above can be rewritten in the form $M + \dfrac{6}{x+2}$, where $M$ is a polynomial. Which of the following represents $M$?

- $\quad 2x+3$
- $\quad 2x-3$
- $\quad 3x+2$
- $\quad 3x-2$

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