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GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF THE SUM OF 2 BINOMIALS THAT IS A BINOMIAL

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if binomial A has the same terms as binomial B, then A+B is a binomial. So, for example

x+2 + 2x-5 = 3x-3, which is a binomial

However,

x+2 - y-7 = x-y+9, which is not a binomial.

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