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What is the sum of (x^23x+2) and (5x^23x8)? show your work
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x ^ 2  3 x + 2 + ( 5 x ^ 2  3 x 8 ) )=
x ^ 2 + 5 x ^ 2  3 x + (  3 x ) + 2 + (  8 ) =
6 x ^ 2  3 x  3 x + 2  8 =
6 x ^ 2  6 x  6 =
6 ( x ^ 2  x  1 )
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