calculusxy
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Adding and subtracting polynomials. Question posted below..
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calculusxy
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\[\large (9pq^6 - 11p^4q) - (-5pq^6+p^4q^4)\]
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
\[(9pq^6+5pq^6) = 14pq^6\]
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
\[-p^4q^4 + 14pq^6 - 11p^4q\]

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calculusxy
  • calculusxy
would that answer be correct?
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
so i just wanted to make sure that if we are ordering the polynomials with their degrees, then the 14pq^6 won't go first right? or will it, instead of the -p^4q^4
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jim_thompson5910
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You have it correct -p^4q^4 goes first because the degree is 4+4 = 8 which is the largest sum of the exponents 14pq^6 comes next since 1+6 = 7 then finally -11p^4q since 4+1 = 5
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oh okay thank you!

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