How do you subtract Ploynomials?

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How do you subtract Ploynomials?

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An example would be good. So, write two polynomials that you want to subtract and I can show you how to do it.
Let me give you an example here. Suppose you have \(p(x)=3x^2-2x\), and \(q(x)=x^2+2x-1\), and you're asked to find \(p(x)-q(x)\).
First thing you should do here is to multiply each term of q(x) by \(-1\), that means to change the sign of each term. So \(-q(x)=-x^2-2x+1\). Now add this to \(p(x)\) by adding the coefficients of each like terms.

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so sorry. I hav to leave.
\(3x^2-2x\) \(-x^2-2x+1\) --------------- \(2x^2-4x+1\)
Haha that's fine.
I was acutually thinking of somethign like Simplify (x3 + 3x2 + 5x – 4) – (3x3 – 8x2 – 5x + 6)
OK. First multiply each term of the second parenthesis by -1, and then just add the like terms.
ooh i get it +- = -
(x3 + 3x2 + 5x – 4) + (3x3 + 8x2 + 5x - 6)
Your final answer should be \(-2x^2+11x^2+10x-10\).
?? wouldnt it be 4x^3
ooh nvm. I see. I becomes +-3x^3 sry. My error.
Exactly :D
THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH. I have a big test tom. I just need a few more things. I know how to add,multiply, and now subtract ;) polynomials. Now to factor them completely.
OK. Write down a problem!
Could you completely factor this equation please? \[4x ^{3}-44x ^{2}+96x\]
1 sec ill make a new post

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