## cesar2462 3 years ago Find the difference....

1. cesar2462

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2. shivam_bhalla

It should be \[4e^2-4-(6e^2+3e+8)\] \[(4-6)e^2 -3e-4-8\] Simplify and get your answer

3. cesar2462

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4. cesar2462

am I right or wrong..

5. shivam_bhalla

wrong

6. shivam_bhalla

what is 4-6 = ?? and −4−8 = ??

7. shivam_bhalla

OMG. No . Looks like you need this --> http://www.math.com/school/subject1/lessons/S1U1L11GL.html

8. cesar2462

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9. cesar2462

10. shivam_bhalla

-2e^2 -3e is correct. That -1 at the end is wrong What is -4-8 =??

11. cesar2462

is it 17

12. shivam_bhalla

Nope. What is 4+8 ??

13. shivam_bhalla

ok. Now we know that -4-8=-(4+8) Can you now atleast tell me what is -4-8 ??

14. shivam_bhalla

That 12 was right, why you deleted ??

15. cesar2462

can you just type your answer please so I can copare it 2 mine

16. cesar2462

17. shivam_bhalla

You know -4-8 = -(4+8) = -12 so now you have the answer

18. cesar2462

Well thats not an answer choice...

19. cesar2462

so what now lol

20. shivam_bhalla

-2e^2-3e-12 is the answer accd to the question you gave

21. cesar2462

nope unless you confused that nine with a 4

22. shivam_bhalla

Sure I did. Please improve your handwriting :P

23. cesar2462

naw my bad for drawing it so poorly but I have a laptop so no mouse....

24. shivam_bhalla

np:) hope you got the method :P

25. cesar2462

so -1 at the end cause you are rite at the begi

26. cesar2462

@shivam_bhalla Thanks for your help and patience I appreciate you :D

27. shivam_bhalla

np ;)