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identify the like terms and combine them

I think I combine like terms....

ok...

you have a term in the first parentheses with \(a^2b^2\) and also one in the second parentheses

\[3a^2b^2-3a^2b^2=?\]

so 6a^2b^2 is the result

well the six part is right...

no it is zero

it is \(3-3\) and not \(3+3\)

wait, subtractions.... so 0b^2a

yeah so you don't write it
the next one is not zero though

the second part is 5ba^4+6ba^4=11ba^4 ?

which that would make my answer 11ba^4