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Multiply the expressions, and simplify. (8x3y-3) · (3x3y-3)

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actually i'll let thomas do this one =)
okay
do you know how to distribute?

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some what yeah
this is just a distribution problem but it will take a little longer to compute
okay help me to start it and I should be able to figure it out I know 8*3 =24
do you add like exponents
sure your first term will be (8x3y * 3x3y)
let me expand it out for you and then you can try to see the patteren
okay
\[(8x3y-3) * (3x3y-3) = (8x3y*3x3y) + (8x3y*-3) + (-3*3x3y) +(-3*-3)\]
did my eqaution go off the screen for you?
yeah
haha sorry the part that is cut off is +(-3 * -3)
all I did was FOIL it out. Now you have to go about simplying it.
yeah but what about the exponents the problem was (8x^3y^-3) · (3x^3y^-3) sorry didn't see that when I posted it
don't you add the exponents when multiplying the main part of the problem
ah no problem you can slip them into the problem when you mutiply two exponents with the same base you can add the exponents for example \[x^3 * x^5 = x^8\]
okay so then it is 24x^6y^-6 correct
yes!!!!
well done! that one can get messy
okay thought it was right but wasn't sure thanks again
yeah especially when it is posted wrong
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