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one that won't talk to one another because they don't like each other... NO, seriously, they are terms that are different. For example x^2+2x+3x-4x^2. The x^2 terms are like terms and the x^2 terms and the x terms and unlike because they are different. Just like x and y, or apples and oranges.

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