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7 March, 18:03

What is the additive inverse of the polynomial - 9x * y ^ 2 + 6x ^ 2 * y - 5x ^ 3

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  1. 7 March, 18:23
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    9xy^2 - 6x^2y + 5x^3

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The additive inverse of anything is its opposite, its value multiplied by - 1. For a polynomial, multiplying it by - 1 effective reverses the sign of every term:

    -1 ( - 9x * y ^ 2 + 6x ^ 2 * y - 5x ^ 3) = 9xy^2 - 6x^2y + 5x^3
  2. 7 March, 19:11
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    Awnser is D

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