Combine like terms. (-3y^2 - 7y - 9) - (4y^2 + 6y + 9)

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Combine like terms. (-3y^2 - 7y - 9) - (4y^2 + 6y + 9)

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come on this is easy
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ok so all you do it combine all these numbers and you are left with -7y^2-13y-18
@SurpriseBreeze does that help?
@oleg3321 you gave the answer congrats.
i told him you have to add the numbers and then you get that answer
Oh wow that was easy! :D Thanks haha
@oleg3321 you didnt even tell the asker they need to distribute
idk do i have to show him how to add? ok next time ill show people how to do kindergarden math lol @pooja195 ok next time ill get into more detail
Want me to show you how to explain?
ya sure lol
Ok so we fisr notice that theres a - sign in between the 2 parehteses therefore we need to distrubite theres no varible there so we assume its 1 \(\huge\rm\color{red}{-}(4y^2+6y+9)\) We distribute and bascially the signs slip we end up with \(\huge\rm\color{red}{-4y^2-6y-9}\)
From there we combine like terms \[\huge~\rm~-3y^2 - 7y - 9−4y^2−6y−9 \]
so much explaining just for distabution? wow
ok will try to do more explaing next time
\(\huge\rm\color{red}{-3y^2-4y^2=?}\) \(\huge\rm\color{purple}{-7y-6y=?}\) \(\huge\rm\color{teal}{-9-9=?}\)
@oleg3321 its called learning and explaining. Here on OpenStudy we do not give direct answers.
ok cool :)
And once we are done the asker should be able to solve this. :)

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