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How do you add (T^2+T)+(T^3+T^2)?

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\[(T^2+T)+(T^3+T^2)\]
add the terms with similar power
\[T^2+T^2=2T^2\]

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it will be like \[T^3+2T^2+T\]
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I understand the 2T^2
well you just have to add the terms of similar powers , lets say you had this \[T^2+3T^2+5T^2+T+T^4\] what you need to do is , add the terms of similar powers together \[(1+3+5)T^2+T+T^4=9T^2+T+T^4\]
if it was T^2+T^3+T^3+T^4+T^4 then, you had T^2+2T^3+2T^4
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