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OpenStudy (anonymous):
simplify the expression by combining like terms,if possible 8+4t+6t2

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
wat is 6t2

OpenStudy (anonymous):
its like 2nd power

OpenStudy (anonymous):
its second power

OpenStudy (anonymous):
do u mean 8+4t+6t^2

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
think youll need to complete the square.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
no cant combine like terms

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok so u mean its already simplified?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
like terms can't b combined ,since is already simplified

OpenStudy (anonymous):
are u trying to find the real zero

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
if so, youre not done. use quadratic formula or complete square

OpenStudy (anonymous):
use the distributive property to simplify the expression 8(x^2-3)-3(5x^2+4)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
quadratic wont work cos wen multiplying first term and last term is greater than middle term square this implies that there is no solution

OpenStudy (anonymous):
remainder which question does that go to i already solved it

OpenStudy (anonymous):
the solutions an imaginary #. cause never intersects the x-ax if u graph.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
so...whats the answer?

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