anonymous
  • anonymous
24r^(3)s^(2)+30r^(2)s^(2)-42r^(2)s^(3) 6r^(2)s^(2) i need step by step work shown
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think you left out a sign in front of the last term; it should be either a plus or minus sign in front of the last term. I assumed here that it is a plus sign.\[24r^3s^2+30r^2s^2-42r^2s^3+ 6r^2s^2=18r^2s^2\]Note the common factors that allow us to combine all the terms.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Apparently, I need new glasses. The twos and threes in the exponents look too much alike.... good catch, Juanita.

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