Subtract -6x and

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Calculate the difference of (-6x) - ()

Since we are subtracting, we need to multiply each term in by -1
-1 x () =

Collecting all of our terms, our resulting expression is:
-6x + 0

Now group all of our x terms:
-6x

Now group all of our constant terms:
0

Now take our groupings of terms by powers and constants and form our answer:
-6x

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