B Bogdan New member Joined Apr 15, 2021 Messages 1 Apr 15, 2021 #1 How do I solve this nonesense please help Attachments 20210415_141151.jpg 281.7 KB Views: 9

Dr.Peterson Elite Member Joined Nov 12, 2017 Messages 11,285 Apr 15, 2021 #2 Just expand each product, and combine like terms. "Expanding" is sometimes called "FOIL"; you will multiply each term of the first factor by each term of the second. Give it a try, show us your work, and we can help you improve it if necessary.

Just expand each product, and combine like terms. "Expanding" is sometimes called "FOIL"; you will multiply each term of the first factor by each term of the second. Give it a try, show us your work, and we can help you improve it if necessary.

H HallsofIvy Elite Member Joined Jan 27, 2012 Messages 7,457 Apr 16, 2021 #3 Do you understand that it is not a good idea to call a mathematics problem "non-sense" when you are asking mathematicians and mathematics students for help? \(\displaystyle (2x^2y+ 3y^2)(1+ x)= 2x^2y(1+ x)+ 3y^2(1+ x)= 2x^2y(1)+ 2x^2y(x)+ 3y^2(1)+ 3y^2(x)\). .......................edited Last edited by a moderator: Apr 16, 2021

Do you understand that it is not a good idea to call a mathematics problem "non-sense" when you are asking mathematicians and mathematics students for help? \(\displaystyle (2x^2y+ 3y^2)(1+ x)= 2x^2y(1+ x)+ 3y^2(1+ x)= 2x^2y(1)+ 2x^2y(x)+ 3y^2(1)+ 3y^2(x)\). .......................edited