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simplify the expression (-4+ v ^2)-(-3v ^2 +3)

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First, we have to start by distributing the middle operator to all the terms in the second expression. This simplifies the two expressions into one long one:
 
-4 + v2 - (-3v2) - 3
-4 + v2 + 3v2 - 3
 
At this point, we can arrange the expression to group by like variables:
 
v2 + 3v2 - 3 - 4
 
Finally, we can perform all the necessary operators to reach our final simplified state:
 
4v2 - 3 - 4
4v2 - 3 + (-4)
4v2 - 7 is the simplified result
 
I hope this helps!
 
 

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 ( -4 + V^2 ) - ( -3 V^2 + 3 ) =
 
   - 4 + V^2 + 3 V^2 - 3 = -7 + 4 V^2