how do you combine these polynomials? (5x^2+3x-4)+(3x^2-x+2)

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how do you combine these polynomials? (5x^2+3x-4)+(3x^2-x+2)

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Drop the parentheses, then add like terms
I don't know how...
\[(5x^2+3x-4)+(3x^2-x+2)\]\[5x^2+3x-4+3x^2-x+2\]\[8x^2+2x-2\]

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8x^2+2x-2
Adding like terms means adding the exponents together, the whole numbers together...
or distribute 1 and then combine like terms
adding like terms is not adding the exponents together
Oh that sounded screwed... Add the whole #s with exponents... Right?
Ok, now how do I do this one (2e^2-5e0+(7e-3e^20)?
2x+3x = 5x 2x^2 + 3x you can not combine because 2x has the 2nd power and 3x has the 1st power (not like terms)
It's hard to type w/ a broken finger, but that's what you're trying to get at..
I know especially when this is slow....
The system goes into overload...
Will someone please answer my other question.
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