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

- anonymous

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

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- lilg132

actually i'll let thomas do this one =)

- anonymous

okay

- anonymous

do you know how to distribute?

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- anonymous

some what yeah

- anonymous

this is just a distribution problem but it will take a little longer to compute

- anonymous

okay help me to start it and I should be able to figure it out I know 8*3 =24

- anonymous

do you add like exponents

- anonymous

sure your first term will be (8x3y * 3x3y)

- anonymous

let me expand it out for you and then you can try to see the patteren

- anonymous

okay

- anonymous

\[(8x3y-3) * (3x3y-3) = (8x3y*3x3y) + (8x3y*-3) + (-3*3x3y) +(-3*-3)\]

- anonymous

did my eqaution go off the screen for you?

- anonymous

yeah

- anonymous

haha sorry the part that is cut off is +(-3 * -3)

- anonymous

all I did was FOIL it out. Now you have to go about simplying it.

- anonymous

yeah but what about the exponents the problem was (8x^3y^-3) · (3x^3y^-3) sorry didn't see that when I posted it

- anonymous

don't you add the exponents when multiplying the main part of the problem

- anonymous

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
\[x^3 * x^5 = x^8\]

- anonymous

okay so then it is 24x^6y^-6 correct

- anonymous

yes!!!!

- anonymous

well done! that one can get messy

- anonymous

okay thought it was right but wasn't sure thanks again

- anonymous

yeah especially when it is posted wrong

- anonymous

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- anonymous

everyone is so helpful

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