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  • 4 years ago

Find the product. -3x3(-2x2 + 4x + 7)

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  1. anonymous
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    Answer is -36X-27

  2. radar
    • 4 years ago
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    Multiply through: I will start: \[6x ^{5}-..................\]

  3. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    :) i hope it would be correct

  4. anonymous
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    \[-3 x^3 \left(-2 x^2+4 x+7\right)=6 x^5-12 x^4+21 x^3 \]

  5. radar
    • 4 years ago
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    Good except for the sign for the last term. Hi robtobey

  6. anonymous
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    @radar Highest road in the U.S. 12,183 ft. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trail_Ridge_Road

  7. radar
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    Did you get any ice in Northern CA?

  8. anonymous
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    Not in Santa Cruz. We are 3 mi from the Pacific Ocean at an elevation of 122 ft. Too mild for snow. When an occasional flake falls, it makes the headlines of the local newspaper.

  9. radar
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    Quite some altitude, The FAA would probably like to put a radar up there lol

  10. radar
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    I was talking about trail ridge road, not Santa Cruz lol

  11. radar
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    Is that a photo of you? What age? (I'm guessing 11 yrs)

  12. anonymous
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    Understand. There was a military radar station near Mt Loma Prieta, 12 mi away at an altitude of 3600 ft. It has been was shut down some time ago. The last large California Earth Quake was given the name of that mountain because that mountain was the nearest land mark to the quakes center. I don't believe that there is any location in California where one can see the horizon without some mountain obscuring it.

  13. radar
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    Have you ever been on that road?

  14. anonymous
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    The photo was taken about 65 years ago. I may have been on that road in 1973 in a rotary valve Mazada sedan, however, it was not fuel injected and was running way too rich. Had to turn around and return because the engine would almost not restart.

  15. radar
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    You might be as old as I am.........73.

  16. anonymous
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    Try 78 in August of this year.

  17. radar
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    All right! Well I am gonna move on, pleasure as always.

  18. anonymous
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    Have a good day.

  19. radar
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    you too

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