## Add polynomials by combining like terms

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## Solving Problems Involving Operations with Polynomials - Overview

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Provides several examples of how to add polynomials.
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## Solving Problems Involving Operations with Polynomials - Example 1

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Solving Geometric Volume Problems Using Polynomial Multiplication
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## Solving Problems Involving Operations with Polynomials - Example 2

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Solving Word Problems Involving Polynomial Operations
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## Adding Polynomials - Example 1

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## Adding Polynomials - Example 2

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## Adding Polynomials (Polynomials and Factoring) - Overview

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## Adding Polynomials (Polynomials and Factoring) - Example 1

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## Adding Polynomials (Polynomials and Factoring) - Example 2

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