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Evaluate each polynomial for the given value of the variable.

–x2-5x+6; x= -3

2x2-4x-1; x= 5

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    - (-3)^2 - 5 (-3) + 6

    - 9 + 15 + 6

    21 - 9

    12

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    3x2plus 2x 4x2

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