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Simplify the expression.
5(x − 1) − 3(x2 + 4x + 5) − 8(x + 7)


Classify the answer by number of terms and degree.
1st-degree monomial
1st-degree binomial
1st-degree trinomial
2nd-degree binomial
2nd-degree trinomial

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    well, the x^2 term will not go away, so it will be a 2nd-degree expression.

    Simplify it and note that there are 3 terms, so it's a trinomial.

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