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SUBTRACTION OF POLYNOMIALS

(4-5Y+Y^3)-(2-3Y+Y^2)

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asked by JASMIN
  1. don't switch names, stick with JORGE

    so what do you think?
    What are your steps?

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    posted by Reiny
  2. What?

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  3. MY ANSWER WAS 2-2y+y^3-y^2

    I was just trying to see if it was right!!

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  4. Your answer is correct.

    Your post was identical in structure and appearance to that of JORGE,
    you even capitalized your names, which not too many people do.
    I reached a logical conclusion.

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  5. WRONG CONCLUSION. SORRY..

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