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okay

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  1. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    Distribute and combine like terms

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    for instance, 7c^2 and c^2 are like terms and they add to 7c^2 + c^2 = 8c^2

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    alright

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    you're not multiplying, you're just adding or subtracting

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    \[7c^2+c^2=(7+1)c^2=8c^2\] hope this helps, proceed this way, just add similar terms together

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    \[(7c^2 + 8c – 8) + (c^2 – 3c + 5)\]the parenthesis dont matter here since the sign outside is a plus sign:\[7c^2+8c-8+c^2-3c+5\]\[\color{blue}{7c^2}\color{red}{+8c}\color{green}{-8}\color{blue}{+c^2}\color{red}{-3c}\color{green}{+5}\] \[7c^2+c^2=8c^2\]\[8c-3c=5c\]\[-8+5=-3\] \[\color{purple}{8c^2+5c-3}\]

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    you are correct malehuman01

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    Yay- teamwork! :D

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    good job, human of the male variety! ;)

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    @yummydum your last comment was interesting lol

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    well his name's malehuman01 so.. :P

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    lol

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    i do's what i can ;D

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