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(-4k)2+k2 solve

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    Since it is not an equation (It does not have an "=" sign.), there is no solution. However, it can be simplified by combining terms. Even so, I am not sure what your terms are.

    Does (-4k)2+k2 = 2(-4k) + 2k or (-4k)^2 + k^2 where "^2" is the previous term squared?

    If it is the former,

    2(-4k) + 2k = -8k +2k = -6k

    If it is the latter,

    (-4k)^2 + k^2 = 16k^2 + k^2 = 17k^2

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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