# 6.1 adding and subtracting polynomials

## You need to have JavaScript enabled in order to access this site. Module 6. Lesson 1. Adding and Subtracting. Polynomials. Essential Question: How do you add or subtract two polynomials, and what.

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The basic component of a polynomial is a monomial. When we add or subtract polynomials, we are actually dealing with the addition and subtraction of individual monomials that are similar or alike. A monomial can be a single number, a single variable, or the product of a number and one or more variables that contain whole number exponents. A polynomial can be a single monomial or a combination of two or more monomials connected by the operations of addition and subtraction. More so, the degree of a polynomial with a single variable is determined by the largest whole number exponent among the variables. The key in both adding and subtracting polynomials is to make sure that each polynomial is arranged in standard form.

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As you will see below, in order to add or subtract polynomials , you really just need to pay attention to signs and combine like terms. This is especially important with subtraction, as you will be distributing a negative sign. There are only really two steps required for adding two polynomials. For example, consider adding and. In the picture, like terms are underlined the same number of times. Find the sum: and.

## Monomials and adding or subtracting polynomials

Arrange the Polynomial in standard form. Standard form of a polynomial just means that the term with highest degree is first and each of the following terms. Arrange the like terms in columns and add the like terms. Although this problem involves addition, there are no like terms. If you line up the polynomials in columns, you will see that no terms are in the same columns. Free Algebra Solver Make a Graph Graphing Calculator.

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