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the 2 is a power. I just want to make sure I understand what's happening here
@Study23 incorrect
Oh I though the two was just a number on the outside. That changes things drastically!

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sorry. I'm not good with math. :(
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use foil or the box method. I used the box method.
ok. I think i understand the box method.
@Study23 sometimes problems are posted incorrectly You are correct to assume that the 2 needed to be distributed. I had a feeling it was a power. No harm
You need to factor it out. \(\ \huge (-3x-4y)^2 \). Thats the same as \(\ \huge (-3x-4y)(-3x-4y) \). Foiling, that leaves \(\ \huge 9x^2 + 24xy + 16 y^2 \).
@precalc Thanks for mentioning me to let me know! :)
okay. thanks you guys! God bless!
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