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Q: Combine like terms and simplify 2b plus 2 minus 2a plus a squared 3?

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To simplify an equation is to combine like terms, but you do not solve it for example: simplify 3X+4-X-6 2X-2

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If you multiplied all the terms by y2, you could simplify this to -3y3.

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To combine all like terms on both sides and reduce it to its simplest form

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