Working with polynomial: (5x – 3.6) – (4x + 1.2)

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Asked 12/12/2010 5:27:31 PM

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(5x – 3.6) – (4x + 1.2)

= 5x - 3.6 - 4x - 1.2

= 5x - 4x - 3.6 - 1.2

= x - 4.8

= 5x - 3.6 - 4x - 1.2

= 5x - 4x - 3.6 - 1.2

= x - 4.8

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Working with polynomial: (8x – 5) + (7x + 4) **Weegy:**
(8x – 5) + (7x + 4)
= 8x + 7x - 5 + 4
= 15x - 1
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Working with polynomial: (3x^2 + 3x) + (4x + 4). Please show the steps on how you got your answer. Thanks!

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Updated 8/10/2014 5:55:48 PM

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(3x^2 + 3x) + (4x + 4)

= 3x^2 + 3x + 4x + 4;

= 3x^2 + 7x + 4

= 3x^2 + 3x + 4x + 4;

= 3x^2 + 7x + 4

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Given the equatio of the line 5x + y = 10, find the missing number in the ordered pair (1, ?) that represents a point on this line. **Weegy:** The answer is X= -2/5 **User:** Given the equation of the line 5x + y = 10, find the missing number in the ordered pair (1, ?) that represents a point on this line.
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Updated 7/16/2014 8:47:11 PM

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Given the equation of the line 5x + y = 10, the ordered pair (1, 5) represents a point on this line.

5(1) + (5) = 5 + 5 = 10

5(1) + (5) = 5 + 5 = 10

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