perform the operation and write the result in standard form.
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y³+1-[(y²+1)+(3y-7)]=

y³+1-(y²+1)-(3y-7)=

y³+1-y²-1-3y+7=

y³-y²-3y+7, which is the result in standard polynomial form. The expression doesn’t simplify any further.

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