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P(x) and R(x) are polynomials. P(x) is a trinomial. Give examples of P(x) and R(x) that meet the given conditions. P(x) - R(x) is a binomial.

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P(x)P(x) is trinomial. Trinomial is a polynomial which has 33 terms.

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