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## Example Questions

### Example Question #2 : Trinomials

Subtract from .

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Explanation:

Step 1: We need to read the question carefully. It says subtract **from. **When you see the word "**from**", you read the question right to left.

I am subtracting the left equation from the right equation.

Step 2: We need to write the equation on the right minus the equation of the left.

Step 3: Distribute the minus sign in front of the parentheses:

Step 4: Combine like terms:

Step 5: Put all the terms together, starting with highest degree. The degree of the terms is the exponent. Here, the highest degree is 2 and lowest is zero.

The final equation is

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