anonymous
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Simplify the following expression: 2x − 6y + 3x2 + 7y − 14x.
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anonymous
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\[\huge~\rm~(3x^2)+(2x+−14x)+(−6y+7y)\]
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@Kelly612 did you get the answer?

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3x2 + 12x + y
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You did something wrong please try again
anonymous
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-14+2 is not +12
anonymous
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@Kelly612 here you want to move the 3x^2 so you got that part right, you also got that y is a positive and that y is also alone,
anonymous
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@dani_00 all of it is correct except for the 12
anonymous
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3x2 - 12x + y
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Good job! :D
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yep
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Thats correct! ^_^
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@Moe95 lol yea i know i was trying to take it step by step

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