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AnaRodriguez

  • one year ago

3x2y - x2y

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  1. 91004775
    • one year ago
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    if you understood the method of the other problem apply it here get the constant 3-1 then keep the x then do the samr with the y

  2. Thekiklofdi
    • one year ago
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    \[3x^2y-x^2y\] if it helps you can look at this as a variable \[x^2y\] thus it becomes \[3z-z\] which makes the answer 2z if z =x^2 y and the answer should be \[2x^2y\]

  3. AnaRodriguez
    • one year ago
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    i didn't understand the method to the other problem neither .

  4. 91004775
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    you have to get your constants for example here is 3 and 1 if you separate the constants and your variables as the person above did it can help you group the variables

  5. AnaRodriguez
    • one year ago
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    okay i got it

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