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Simplify these expressions.
6 * a + 4 * a* a

5a² + 3a² + 2a
how would you work it out?

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asked by jacob
  1. 6 * a + 4 * a* a
    written as 6a + 4a^2 would be simplified.

    5a² + 3a² + 2a
    = 8a² + 2a

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    posted by Reiny

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