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Help me solve 25x(x+5) There might be more questions on the way

 Jun 18, 2014

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 #3
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You have to distibute 25x to x and 5.

25x times x is 25x squared.

25x times 5 is 125x.

 

Your final solution is:

25x^2+125x

 Jun 18, 2014
 #1
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I can't solve it, There is nothing to solve!

I can expand it though.

$$25x(x+5)=25x*x+25x*5=25x^2+125x$$

 Jun 18, 2014
 #2
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The question says to multiply, Monomials......

 Jun 18, 2014
 #3
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Best Answer

You have to distibute 25x to x and 5.

25x times x is 25x squared.

25x times 5 is 125x.

 

Your final solution is:

25x^2+125x

Anonymous4338 Jun 18, 2014
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Or the x might mean multiplication.

You have to do the same, though.

 

25 times x is 25x.

25 times 5 is 125. 

 

You would get:

 

25x+125

 Jun 18, 2014
 #5
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We don't have anything to "solve" here, Dragon....just to "expand"....

I take it that you meant:  (25x)(x+5)

Taking it term by term ,we have  (25x)*(x) = 25x^2

And (25x)*(5) = 125x

So putting this all together gives us

25x^2 + 125x   ....!!!

 

 Jun 18, 2014
 #6
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Whoa!!!.....did you get that, Dragon???    Or shall we repeat the answer five more times??? (LOL!!)

 

Forum members "fighting" over questions to answer.....where were you guys about two weeks ago, when we were REALLY "swamped" with questions......???? 

 Jun 18, 2014
 #7
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Educational starvation anyone?

 Jun 18, 2014
 #8
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They were probably asking the questions then!

 Jun 18, 2014
 #9
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I... need... education... helping... grrrrrr....

 Jun 18, 2014
 #10
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More like "information overload,"  Dragon.......

 

 Jun 18, 2014

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