What formula will you use to simplify (a-b)c^2 + (b-a)c^4 ?  I've tried (ac^2) - (bc^2) + (bc^4 -ac^4) but it's just wrong and I have no other idea how to aproach this.
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(a-b)c^2 + (b-a)c^4

ac^2 - bc^2 + bc^4 - ac^4  

-c^2 + c^2

answered Sep 19, 2017 by kidd

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