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# Simplify the expression 4yx + 2yx - 28yx + 3yx

Hint:

### The concept used in this question is the addition of polynomials.

○ Arrange the term in the decreasing order of their power.

○ To add polynomials simply add any like terms together.

○ Like terms are terms whose variables and exponents are the same

## The correct answer is: - ( 19 y x)

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- Step by step explanation:

○ Given:

Expression: 4yx + 2yx - 28yx + 3yx

○ Step 1:

○ Group the like terms.

( 4yx + 2yx – 28yx + 3yx)

(-19yx)

- Final Answer:
- ( 19yx)

- ( 19yx)

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