add: (2c^4-2c^3+3c^2+13c-5)+(c^5+10c^3+6c^2-3c+2)+(-5c^4+c^2-7c-9) Answer is...I have no clue!

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combine like terms so look for all the terms of degree 5 first
c^5-3 c^4+8 c^3+10 c^2+3 c-12 is the answer!
there is only one of them, it is \[c^5\]

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\[-12 + 3 c + 10 c^2 + 8 c^3 - 3 c^4 + c^5\]
now look for all the terms of degree 4. there are \[2c^4\] and \[-5c^4\] and \[2c^4-5c^4=-3c^4\]
( 2c^4-2c^3 +3c^2+13c -5)+ (c^5 +10c^3+6c^2 -3c +2)+ ( -5c^4 +c^2 -7c -9) ------------------------------- c^5 -3c^4 +8c^3 +10c^2 +3c -12
now on to degree 3 \[-2c^3+10c^3=8c^3\]
and so on. do it one degree at a time and you can do it in your head
\[c ^{5}-3c ^{4}+8c ^{3}+10c ^{2}+3c-12\]
\( 2c^4-2c^3 +3c^2+13c -5\) \(c^5\) \( +10c^3+6c^2 -3c +2\) \( -5c^4\) \( +c^2 -7c -9\) ------------------------------- \(c^5 -3c^4 +8c^3 +10c^2 +3c -12\)
there you go!
took a while didn't it!
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You guys are very helpful, especially for someone like me they doesnt do well in math
Do I have to put parenthesis around it? or is it entered the way you guys showed me without anything
paranthesis are just to seperate the 'stuff added'; so nekkid is good
ok thanks
Sry, but it says to simplify, Is that as low as it will go????????????????
unless you typed in the wrong problem, this is as simplified as it gets...

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