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sunzal

  • 3 years ago

When using the Distributive Property to multiply two binomials, how many pairs of partial products will be in the result (before any simplifying)?

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  1. neverforgetvivistee
    • 3 years ago
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    what do you mean?

  2. slaaibak
    • 3 years ago
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    4

  3. neverforgetvivistee
    • 3 years ago
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    well i guess there would be 4? for example (x+2)(x+3) use the distributive propertry x * x, x * 3, 2 * x, 2 * 3

  4. neverforgetvivistee
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    come on i was going to post it first

  5. slaaibak
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    lol

  6. neverforgetvivistee
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    ok well x^2, 3x, 2x, 6 there are 4 products

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