Find the sum of the given polynomials. 2mn + 4n 2 and 5m 2 - 7mn
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Updated 6/6/2015 12:33:30 PM
Edited by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:33:27 PM], Confirmed by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:33:30 PM]
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User: Find the sum of the given polynomials. 2mn + 4n 2 and 5m 2 - 7mn

Weegy: 2mn + 4n2 + 5m2 - 7mn = 5m2- 5mn+ 4n2
wiwit|Points 688|

User: Reduce -8 + b 2 by 5 + b 2.

User: Take -4 + 3a 2 from 7a - a 2.

Weegy: (7a - a^2) - (-4 + 3a^2) = -4a^2 + 7a + 4
Andrew.|Points 51544|

User: Find a - 2b + 3c diminished by a - 2b - 3c + d.

Weegy: (a - 2b + 3c)-(a - 2b - 3c + d) = 6c - d
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: Find 2p^2 + 3p - 4 less - 2p^2 - 3p + 4.

User: After arranging the terms in descending powers of a variable, select the opposite of the polynomial. 9 - 12n 2 + 4n 3 - 7n

Weegy: 9 - 12n^2 + 4n^3 - 7n = (n+1) (4 n^2-16 n+9)
jeifunk|Points 48277|

User: Simplify 3j - {2k - [5h - (3j + k)]}.

Weegy: 3j - {2k - [5h - (3j + k)]}

= 5h - 3k

User: Find x - y less than 0.

User: Simplify 2m - [n - (m - 2n)].

Question
Updated 6/6/2015 12:33:30 PM
Edited by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:33:27 PM], Confirmed by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:33:30 PM]
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-8 + b - (5 + b^2)
= -8 + b - 5 - b^2
= -13 + b - b^2
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:29:48 PM]
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2p^2 + 3p - 4 - (-2p^2 - 3p + 4)
= 2p^2 + 2p^2 + 3p + 3p - 4 - 4
= 4p^2 + 6p - 8
Rated good by jeifunk, Confirmed by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:34:39 PM], Rated bad by jeifunk
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2m - [n - (m - 2n)]
= 2m - [n - m + 2n]
= 2m - 3n + m
= 3m - 3n
Confirmed by jeifunk [6/6/2015 12:34:48 PM]

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