Can someone teach me the steps in finding these like terms I am not sure I am doing it right?

19c + 5d - 10c -8d

I come up with 19c -10c =9c
+ 5d - 8d = 3d
so: 9c - 3d
do I finally got this?

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  1. Yes. You're right.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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