Find product: 3x^3 (2x^4-2x^3 +4)

fhakki1

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find each product:

3x^3 (2x^4-2x^3 +4)
 

jonboy

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Distribute the 3x^3 to the 3 terms inside the parenthesis by multiplication.
 

fhakki1

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how??

how do you do that
 

stapel

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fhakki1 said:
how do you do that
Hasn't your class covered multiplication at all...? :shock:

If you really have no idea how to work with polynomials and the distributive property, then you almost certainly need much more intensive re-teaching than we can provide here. But if you think you can "get by" with online help, please reply explaining which parts of this you don't understand or with which you are unfamiliar, and we'll be glad to give you links to lessons on those topics.

Thank you! :D

Eliz.
 

fhakki1

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Help

can you just walk through all of the steps
 

stapel

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fhakki1 said:
can you just walk through all of the steps
For explanations and worked examples (which "walk you through all of the steps"), try your textbook, your class notes, and/or online lessons.

Once you have reviewed and refreshed your memory regarding this topic, please attempt the exercise. If you get stuck, please reply showing how far you have gotten.

Thank you! :D

Eliz.
 

fhakki1

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i got this answer
12x^3y^3+3x3c-6x^2y^3

how is it wrong
 

morson

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Where did "y" and "c" come from? Did you start on an entirely different exercise?
 

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fhakki1 said:
i got this answer
12x^3y^3+3x3c-6x^2y^3
how is it wrong
You're obviously a joker.
 
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