# SOLUTION: I need help solving some very complex problems that I do not understand. Add (9+4x+8^2+2x^3)+(9-4x+8x^2-2x^3) Divide 14x^4-56x^3+49x/7x Multiply (7x-4)(x-6) Subtract

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 Question 39091This question is from textbook : I need help solving some very complex problems that I do not understand. Add (9+4x+8^2+2x^3)+(9-4x+8x^2-2x^3) Divide 14x^4-56x^3+49x/7x Multiply (7x-4)(x-6) Subtract (3x^4+5x^3-8)-(3x^2-6x+3) Thank you in advance for whatever help you are able to give meThis question is from textbook Answer by Canti(4)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Just combine like terms. So... To divide, just put them over each other like.... For multiplying, use the FOIL method (First numbers, Outside numbers, Inside numbers, and Last numbers). Again, combine like terms for subtracting and adding... However, change the subtraction sign to addition and all the numbers after it to their opposite. Good Luck and I hope this helped. -Canti