Prealgebra (7th Edition)

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Chapter 10 - Section 10.1 - Adding and Subtracting Polynomials - Exercise Set: 21

Answer

8$y^{2}$-10y-8

Work Step by Step

The phrase, "subtract (5$y^{2}$+4y-6) from (13$y^{2}$-6y-14)." can be translated to the expression: (13$y^{2}$-6y-14)-(5$y^{2}$+4y-6) Simplify: (13$y^{2}$-6y-14)-(5$y^{2}$+4y-6) =13$y^{2}$-6y-14-5$y^{2}$-4y+6 =13$y^{2}$-5$y^{2}$-6y-4y-14+6 =8$y^{2}$-10y-8
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