Remainder and Factor Theorems, Algebra

I have a homework question to use the factor theorem that I need to use Synthetic Substitution with. I did all the work and the divisor is a factor but the equation I have to use to find the other factors is not factorisable from what I did. I need help to see where I went wrong.
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