Intermediate Algebra
posted by Kimberly .
add or subtract the following polynomials as indicated (5.9x to the 3rd power+3.4x to the 2nd power  7)92.9x to the 3rd power 9.6x to the 2nd power +3)

Intermediate Algebra 
Steve
just line them up and combine like powers:
5.9x^3 + 3.4x^2  7
(92.9x^3 9.6x^2 + 3)

87x^3 + 13x^2  10
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