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Help!!! just tell me if im right. (4x – 3)(2x2 – 7x + 1) 8x^3-28x^2+4x-6x^2+x-3

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Close your answer should be 8x^3-34x^2+25x-3
because in your original problem is the 2x2 really supposed to be 2x^2?
yes

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(4x – 3)(2x^2 – 7x + 1) Using foil 8x^3-28x^2+4x-6x^2+21x-3 Combine like terms 8x^3-34x^2+25x-3
oh ok so i just forgot to add like terms
Correct and it looks like you were missing the 21x in your problem, but you were on the right track:)
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Write a simplified polynomial expression to represent the area of the rectangle below. 2x-4 x+5
hmm does it gove you anything else?
nope
but i already got the answer thanks anyways

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