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Some one me with these questions answer any that you know are correct i cant risk any wrong answers 1. add. (−5x ^4 +6x^2−43)+(6x^4−x^2+12x+12) express the answer in standard form. enter your answer in the box 2. add (x^3-2x^2+4)+(2x^3 + x^2−2) express the answer in standard form. enter your answer in the box. 3.add (1+7x^3-x^2) + (x^3+2+2x^2) express the answer in standard form . enter your answer in the box

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