How Much Bigger is 5x2y2 – 18xy2 – 10x2y than –5x2 + 6x2y – 7xy? - Mathematics

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Sum

How much bigger is 5x2y2 – 18xy2 – 10x2y than –5x2 + 6x2y – 7xy?

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Solution

The required result,
(5x2y2 – 18xy2 – 10x2y) – (–5x2 + 6x2y – 7xy)

= 5x2y2 – 18xy2 – 10x2y + 5x2 + 6x2y – 7xy

= 5x2y2 – 18xy2 – 16x2y + 5x2 + 7xy

Concept: Combining like Terms
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Chapter 11: Algebraic Expressions - Exercise 11 (B) [Page 140]

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Selina Concise Mathematics Class 8 ICSE
Chapter 11 Algebraic Expressions
Exercise 11 (B) | Q 15 | Page 140
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