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# Combine like terms and write the given polynomial in the standard form.

## The correct answer is: • Two or more terms in a polynomial are like terms if they have the same variable and exponent.

- We have been given a polynomial in the question.
- We have to combine the like terms and write the polynomial in the standard form.

Step 1 of 1:

We have given polynomial .

On simplification we get

We know that the terms are written in descending order of their degree.

So, In the standard form

The given polynomial will be .

We know that the terms are written in descending order of their degree.

So, In the standard form

The given polynomial will be .

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