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Trying to combine like terms, but I have no idea how to do this one

hint:
t and t are like terms
t^2/2 and t^2 are like terms
does that help?

Is it 2t + 2t^2 + 2 ?

hmm close but no

\[\huge \implies (t + t) + \left(\frac{t^2}{2} + t^2\right)\]

t + t is like 1 + 1

t^2 / 2 + t^2 is like 1/2 + 1
does that help?

Kind of, but if t + t is like 1 +1 why cant you just make it 2t?

it is 2t

i was just making an analogy how t + t is like 1 + 1

so what is t^2 / 2 + t^2?

@lgbasallote 2t^2 / 2? (Im sorry, I have no idea)

hmm close... do you know what 1 /2 + 1 equals to?

\[\frac 12 + 1\]

yeah, 1.5

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Like that?

what is that in fraction form?

1 1/2

and in improper fraction form?

what is 1 1/2 in improper fraction form?

1 2/1

i have to go now...so i hope you got it

and no that is not the improper fraction form

the improper fraction form of 1 1/2 is
\[\huge \frac{(2 \times 1) + 1}{2}\]

(t^2 x 2) +1/2 ?

noo

solve the improper fraction first

then just attach t^2 at the end

3/2 t^2

right

lol sure. do your best