anonymous
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Question 22. 22. Which of the following is equivalent to (n3 + 2n) + (2n3 - n) (Points : 2) n3 + 4n 4n3 3n3 + n 3n3 - n
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What are you doing? Stop that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
stop what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Some dude keeps spamming the question while I'm trying to answer. Sorry. First he typed 1-7 forward and backwards in separate replies, and then was replying with other things as well.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok
anonymous
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Imagine the equation without the parentheses and simplify the equation. n^3 and 2n^3 can be added together because they are the same variable and the same exponent 2n and n can also be combined because they are also the same variable and exponent (implied exponent of 1) So your new equation would be: (n^3 + 2n^3) + (2n +-n)

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