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    Equivalence

    tē - 59t + 54 - 82tē + 60t ... is equivalent to:

    F. -26tē
    G. -26t^6
    H. -81t^4 + tē + 54
    J. -81tē + t + 54
    K. -82tē + t + 54

    Also explain why the answer is exactly this one, and how you got it. Would be helpful for sure.
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    Re: Equivalence

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyloc View Post
    tē - 59t + 54 - 82tē + 60t ... is equivalent to:
    F. -26tē
    G. -26t^6
    H. -81t^4 + tē + 54
    J. -81tē + t + 54
    K. -82tē + t + 54
    Also explain why the answer is exactly this one, and how you got it. Would be helpful for sure.
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