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Add the following polynimal
(1/10x^21/2x3/10)+(1/2x^2+1/4x1/5
Show me how to do this please?

(1/10x^21/2x3/10)+(1/2x^2+1/4x1/5
remember , we can only add "like" terms
= (1/10)x^2+(1/2)x^2 + (1/2)x+(1/4)x 3/101/5
= (3/5)x^2  (1/4)x  1/2
( I added the fraction of the like terms)
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