SOLUTION: How do I add the following polynomials using the vertical method: 5x^2+2x-4, x^2-2x-3, and 2x^2-4x-3?

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 Question 83225: How do I add the following polynomials using the vertical method: 5x^2+2x-4, x^2-2x-3, and 2x^2-4x-3?Answer by jim_thompson5910(28598)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Line up the equations vertically Notice how the x squared terms make a column, the x terms make a column, and the constant terms make a column. Add these columns separately Add the x squared terms Add the x terms Add the constant terms So after adding we get