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If I have Y1 (x) = 3 sin (x) and y2 (x) = -9 sin (x)

Would the sum be 3 sin(x) + -9 sin(x) so the answer is -6?
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(Original post by Helloaaa)
If I have Y1 (x) = 3 sin (x) and y2 (x) = -9 sin (x)

Would the sum be 3 sin(x) + -9 sin(x) so the answer is -6?
It would be -6 sin(x).
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