algebra 117b

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i need help with solving for this expression, I keep gett stuck can you help me? (6x^4y^4+2xy^3)-(x^4y^4-xy^3)

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    6x^4y^4+2xy^3
    -(x^4y^4-xy^3)
    ----------------
    5x^4y^4 + 3xy^3

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