Combining like terms.
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-6x^2 +7y -3y -4y +14xy -2xy=-6x^2 +12x^ . . .
answered Aug 30, 2013 by muneepenee
7y + 14xy - 3y - 4y - 6x² - 2xy (14xy-2xy)+(7y-3y-4y)-6x^2 12xy-6x^2 6x(2y-x).
answered Aug 30, 2013 by McCquabena Bannor Level 4 User (6,180 points)

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