Enter an expression equivalent to:
(3x² + 2y²  3x) + (2x² + y²  2x)  (x² + 3y² + x)
Remove the parentheses, distributing the negative sign, and combine like terms.
Like terms have same variables and same exponents. (3x² + 2y²  3x) + (2x² + y²  2x)  (x² + 3y² + x) = 3x² + 2y²  3x + 2x² + y²  2x  x²  3y²  x {removed parentheses, distributing signs in front} = 4x²  6x {combined like terms} Ask Algebra House
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