We have to calculate the difference of the given polynomials, we follows as:
After opening the brackets, the signs of all the terms changes as there is negative sign before the bracket.
Combining all the like terms, we get as
Option A is the correct answer.
The answer is A.
For this case we have the following subtraction of polynomials:
Grouping similar terms, we have:
Rewriting the polynomial we have:
Finally, rearranging terms we have:
the difference of the polynomials is:
Difference of the polynomials =>
Hence the correct option is A. Hope it helps you.
We start by opening both brackets
Collect like terms
The expression can't be simplified further; Hence, the result of the difference between both polynomial is
A - -6x4y – 2x3y2 + 9x2y3 – 3xy4 + y5
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We are given that an expression
We have to find the difference of the given expression.
Open the bracket then, we get
Combine like terms
Then, we get
Hence, option first is true.
First option is correct.
Since we have given that
1) Open a bracket with the sign changed to the second expression within the brackets:
2) Gather the like terms together:
Hence, First option is correct.