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Match the terms with the definitions. 4x^2(3x)(x)= -6x^2(-2x^2)(x^2)= 4x^3(-3x^2)= -3x^4(-2x^2)= 2x^2(3x^3) A.)12x^5 B.)6x^6 C.)-12x^5 D.)6x^5 E.)12x^6

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    HELP

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    First, try to combine like terms or use polynomials.

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    Once you have simplified the equations, the answers will be very clear. Basically, this entire problem is just simplification and combination of like terms. However, x cannot be combined with -x or x^2. They have to be relatively the same. x^2 could be combined with x^3 to make x^5. Get it now?

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    No not at all @JohnnyCowCow

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