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So, basically are you looking for y, or are do you just need to make an expression?

How do you know that?

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Because My teacher said i got it wrong.

And she's making me do corrections

Okay

So what do i do?

So, by the looks of it, I think we should multiply the two.

By what

Multiply y(5y − 4) and (9 + y)2

Do that and tell me what you got :D

Okay hold on a sec

is the second one (9+y)^2?

\[(9+y)^2\]?

Is it gonna be long?

Yeah that

is it clear on how i get it?

GOODMAN?

yea, still here, Akshay did it correctly.

But what's the answer?

Hahaha, Akshay did it, right up there, 6y2 + 14y + 81

Thankyou!

Thank Akshay :D give him a medal!

Is that 300?

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