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# Add:

6p + 4q – r + 3, 2r - 5p – 6, 11q - 7p + 2r – 1 and 2q – 3r + 4

Answer :

To add the expressions, we have to arrange the given expression in the form of rows and then add the expression column wise, so we have;

So, the answer is;

– 6p + 17q

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