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anonymous
 one year ago
(3x25x7x4+) (2x3+6x45x2)
Step 1: A minus sign in front of an expression in parentheses works the same way as using the
distributive property to multiply the expression by 1. Change the subtraction sign between the
polynomials to an addition sign and multiply each term in the second polynomial by 1. Rewrite the
polynomials without the parentheses. Show your work. (1 point)
Step 2: Write the polynomial in standard form and use parentheses around like terms. (1 point)
anonymous
 one year ago
(3x25x7x4+) (2x3+6x45x2) Step 1: A minus sign in front of an expression in parentheses works the same way as using the distributive property to multiply the expression by 1. Change the subtraction sign between the polynomials to an addition sign and multiply each term in the second polynomial by 1. Rewrite the polynomials without the parentheses. Show your work. (1 point) Step 2: Write the polynomial in standard form and use parentheses around like terms. (1 point)

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