My problem is " 10m + 12n - 5m + 3n + 5" My Directions are to combine like terms for each expression .. I Need Help ?!!  Someone Please Helpfrown

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Get them closer to start with: 10m-5m+12n+3n+5. Combine m's:
5m+12n+3n+5, now n's: 5m+15n+5. Done!
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