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- anonymous

What is the simplified form of the following expression?
2x^2y+3x^2+4y+3x^2y+2y
A. 5x^4y^2+3x^2+2y
B. 8x^2y+6y^2
C. 5x^2y+3x^2+6y
D. 14x^2y

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- Mehek14

combine like terms

- anonymous

God that's a hefty question.

- Mehek14

do you know what like terms are?

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- anonymous

Yeah, I do. Gimme a second.

- Mehek14

so tell me which of them are like terms

- Mehek14

\(2x^2y\) has a like term as what other one?

- anonymous

5x^2y+3x^2+4y+2y is what I got so far...
5x^2y+3x^2+6y also, because there was 4y and 2y

- Mehek14

that's what you got as for final answer?

- anonymous

I think so... Unless I'm missing another like term somewhere. So it could be C? If I didn't look over something.

- Mehek14

let me check
\(2x^2y+3x^2y = 5x^2y\)
\(3x^2\)
\(5x^2y+3x^2\)
\(4y + 2y = 6y\)
\(5x^2y+3x^2+6y\)

- Mehek14

so it is the third one

- anonymous

Ah, nice! Thanks for helping me through with it.

- Mehek14

in the first one, the added the exponents which is something you shouldn't be doing when combining like terms

- Mehek14

they*

- Mehek14

and yw \(\ddot\smile\)

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