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Take 2y2 - 3y - 5 from y3 - 6y2 + 5y. Select the correct answer. y3- 2y2+ 3y+ 5 y3- 4y2+ 2y- 5 y3- 4y2+ 2y+ 5 y3- 8y2+ 8y+ 5
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(y^3 - 6y^2 + 5y) - (2y^2 - 3y - 5)
= (y^3 - 6y^2 + 5y) + (-2y^2 + 3y + 5)
= y^3 - 8y^2 + 8y + 5
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