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multiply 7x^2 by 3x+2y-2

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Guest Jun 7, 2017
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\(7x^2(3x+2y-2)\) This is the original expression. Distribute 7x^2 to every term.
\(21x^3+14x^2y-14x^2\) You are done!
   
TheXSquaredFactor  Jun 7, 2017

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