Combine like terms: 87q - 10q^2 + 29q - 7 + 18

 
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Combine like terms: 87q - 10q^2 + 29q - 7 + 18

There are three types of terms in this expression,

Squared terms: -10q^2

Linear terms: 87q + 29q

Constant terms: -7 +18

Adding the linear terms together gives us: 87q + 29q = 116q

Addingthe constant terms together gives us: -7 + 18 = 11

The final expression now is: 11 + 116q - 10q^2

answered Mar 15, 2016 by Fermat Level 11 User (80,500 points)

Given 87q - 10q^2 + 29q - 7 + 18
116q -10q^2-11

answered Mar 17, 2016 by John Marsh Level 8 User (30,400 points)

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