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    Unhappy Simplifying adding integers with the same base- help!

    I need some help with hoe to simplify the following expression, or if it is possible at all:

    6p^5+2p^2

    Thanks for your time. It is for a test on Wednesday.

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    Re: Simplifying adding integers with the same base- help!

    2p^2(3p^3+1)
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    Re: Simplifying adding integers with the same base- help!

    Hi,
    do you will make the expression in form of product?
    6p^5+2p^2=2p^2*(3p^3+1)
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