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Definition of â€œlike termsâ€: Two monomials with the same variables raised to the same powers are considered â€œlike termsâ€ which may be added using the distributive property.

NOTE: The instruction â€œcombine termsâ€ is sometimes used to indicate addition or subtraction.

Example 1:

 a) 7x3 + 3x3 = (7 + 3)x3 Distributive property = 10 x3 Add coefficients.

 b) 9 x2y3 − 17 x2y3 = (9 − 17) x2y3 Distributive property = − 8 x2y3 Subtract coefficients.

 c) 5 xy2 − 7 xy2 + 8 xy2 = (5 − 7 + 8) xy2 Distributive property = 6 xy2 Add coefficients.

 d) = 9x5y3 − 3x5y3 Reduce each fraction. Donâ€™t change exponents: = (9 − 3) x5y3 Distributive Property = 6x5 y3 Add coefficients.

 e) 3 x2y + 4 xy2 Cannot be added because the terms are not â€œlikeâ€