8th Grade Math - Subtracting Polynomials

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Earlier we looked at adding polynomials. In today's free 8th grade math video, we are studying the opposite, subtracting polynomials. When we want to subtract polynomials, all we have to remember is to add the opposite. What's the opposite of a polynomial? Well, we just put a negative sign in front. Not too bad, right? But did you know there are two different ways to subtract polynomials? Professor Burger will teach you both the vertical and horizontal methods of subtracting polynomials over the 4 lectures included in today's video. He even has a real-life example of how this concept could be used in big business. So there is a reason to learn your math!

Make sure you click the forward button directly to the left of the time stamp to move to the next lecture on the video. You won't want to miss a minute!

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