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    [SOLVED] simplifying again

    i have 5f -4 +3g+6-4g i need to know how towork it out and the answer please
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyboy179 View Post
    i have 5f -4 +3g+6-4g i need to know how towork it out and the answer please

    Well 5f has no other terms( f's) to combine with so that stays the same.
    -4 + 6 = 2 and 3g-4g= -g

    So, what u have left is 5f+2-g
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