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**Ex: ** (x^2+2)-(x+8) (or) (x^3+5)-(x+6) (or) (x+2)-(x+8)

The given Expression is (g^2-g-6)-(g-3)

After removing all the brackets this expression can be written as g^2-g-6+3 - g.

After grouping similar terms we get g^2 - g - g - 6 + 3

After combining similar terms we get - g + g^2 - g - 6 + 3

g^2 has similar terms g^2

g has similar terms - g,- g

By adding all the similar terms we get g^2 - 2 g - 3

**1. What is the Polynomial Subtraction of (g^2-g-6)-(g-3)?**

The Polynomial Subtraction of (g^2-g-6)-(g-3) is g^2 - 2 g - 3.

**2. How can I find the Polynomial Subtraction of (g^2-g-6)-(g-3)?**

It is very easy to find the Polynomial Subtraction of (g^2-g-6)-(g-3), just simplify the like terms and subtract the constants and finally you will get the subtracted polynomial i.e., g^2 - 2 g - 3.

**3. Where can I obtain detailed solution steps for Polynomial Subtraction of (g^2-g-6)-(g-3)?**

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