Subtract the polynomials using the horizontal format. 5x-2 from 3x+4

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Subtract the polynomials using the horizontal format. 5x2 from 3x+4
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estenutC
Answered 2021-09-01 Author has 81 answers

The given polynomials are 5x2 and 3x+4
We have to subtract the polynomials using the horizontal format.
Subtract 5x2 from 3x+4
(3x+4)(5x2)=3x+4(5x)(2)
=3x+45x+2
=(3x5x)+(4+2)
=(2x)+(6)
=2x+6
Answer: After subtracting 5x2 from 3x+4 the resultant polynomial is 2x+6.

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