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jess.white

  • 2 years ago

PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!! Simplify the product using the distributive property. (-4h+2)(3h+7)

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  1. yummydum
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    okay im here :D

  2. yummydum
    • 2 years ago
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    alright....now are you familiar with the FOIL method?

  3. jess.white
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    not really

  4. yummydum
    • 2 years ago
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    okay ill show

  5. jess.white
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    ok

  6. yummydum
    • 2 years ago
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    now apply the same to your problem :)

  7. yummydum
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    does it make sense?

  8. jess.white
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    Im trying

  9. yummydum
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    k cool tell me what you get :)

  10. jess.white
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    ok hold on

  11. Sunshine447
    • 2 years ago
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    @jess.white do you want me to make this easier???

  12. jess.white
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    yes please

  13. Sunshine447
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    okay, are you familiar with the distributive property?

  14. jess.white
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    I did it before but i dont really remember what it is

  15. yummydum
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    |dw:1343673177463:dw|

  16. Sunshine447
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    okay, all your going to do is multiply everything in the first set of parentheses by the second. start with the first: -4h*3h=? -4h*7=? 2*3h=? 2*7=? fill it in

  17. yummydum
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    that should give you \[-4h^{2}-28h+6h+14\]combine like terms\[-4h^{2}-22h+14\]

  18. jess.white
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    |dw:1343673271310:dw|

  19. jess.white
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    would it be like that

  20. Sunshine447
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    perfect

  21. yummydum
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    yes it wud :)

  22. Sunshine447
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    then combine like terms and you're done!

  23. jess.white
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    Thats how i do it and then i just get stuck

  24. yummydum
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    go back to my previous posts :)

  25. Sunshine447
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    do you know how to combine the like terms?

  26. jess.white
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    not really see i know how to you know multiply them its just how do you know if its - or + between

  27. Sunshine447
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    -4h*3h=-12h^2 -4h*7=-28h 2*3h=6h 2*7=14 when combined it is -12h^2-22h+14

  28. jess.white
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    ok but how do you go from 28 to 22?

  29. Sunshine447
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    the -28h+6h

  30. jess.white
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    ohh ok so the answer would be -12h^2-22h+14?

  31. Sunshine447
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    yep :)

  32. jess.white
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    Thanks so much keep a look out for my other post cause im gonna need your help :)

  33. Sunshine447
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    haha no problem. If theyre anything like this, just tag me in a reply and I'll see if I can get it :)

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