anonymous
  • anonymous
Multiplying Plynomials: (a + 5)(a + 3)?? Please help! And tell me how you got answer!?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you tell me what (a+b)(c+d) expands to?
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm... what do u mean by expands to? this is 7th grade so bare with me
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know distributive property of multiplication?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no, ive missed the past few days for a wedding out of my state so im a bit behind and missed a majority of the how to on this in math class but i feel like i should...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Try FOIL: first, outside, inside, last
anonymous
  • anonymous
YES! thats whats on my paper but i multiply all the stuff but then i dont know what to do the remaining products
anonymous
  • anonymous
Show us what you got: F is a times a= a^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes then the 5 * 3 is 15 so the with all that what do i do with the numbers, organize it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Actually you have L last. You just add each of them a^2 +15 etc
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
so then,i have my a² + 15 then its + 8a?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Write your answer as one term a^2 +8a +15
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks that helped a lot! i just my get my homework done now! :D thanks!

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