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# Polynomial Operations Quiz

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### What is the process for adding and subtracting polynomials?

The process for adding and subtracting polynomials involves combining like terms.

### How do you identify like terms in polynomials?

Like terms in polynomials have the same variable and exponent combination.

### In exercise 1, what are the like terms in the given polynomials?

The like terms in the given polynomials are 4x^2 and 2x^2.

### What is the sum of the constant terms in exercise 1?

<p>The sum of the constant terms in exercise 1 is 8.</p> Signup and view all the answers

### What is the sum of the two polynomials in exercise 1?

<p>The sum of the two polynomials in exercise 1 is 6x^2 + 4x + 8.</p> Signup and view all the answers

## Study Notes

• To add or subtract polynomials, combine like terms, which are terms with the same variable(s) and exponent(s).
• Combine coefficients of like terms, leaving the variable(s) and exponent(s) unchanged.

### Identifying Like Terms

• Like terms in polynomials are terms that have the same variable(s) and exponent(s).
• Example: 2x² and 3x² are like terms, but 2x and 3x are not.

### Exercise 1

• Like terms in the given polynomials are terms with the same variable(s) and exponent(s).
• Identify like terms by looking at the variable(s) and exponent(s) of each term.

### Sum of Constant Terms

• The sum of the constant terms in exercise 1 is the sum of the coefficients of the constant terms.

### Sum of Polynomials

• The sum of the two polynomials in exercise 1 is found by combining like terms and simplifying the expression.

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## Description

Quiz: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials - Learn how to combine like terms and perform operations on polynomial expressions. Test your knowledge with exercises involving variables, exponents, and coefficients.

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