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Simplify the difference. (6w^2 – 8w – 3) – (4w^2 + 2w – 2) A. 10w^2 + 10w + 1 B. 2w^2 – 6w – 5 C. 10w^2 – 6w – 5 D. 2w^2 – 10w – 1
(6w^2 – 8w – 3) – (4w^2 + 2w – 2) = 2w^2 – 10w – 1
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