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HELPPP (1/2 radical y) (-6radical y)

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\[(1/2\sqrt{Y}) (-6\sqrt{Y)}\]
actually it's a -1/2

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If the 1/2 is also negative then it would be\[3y\]
I don't get it
What do you "don't get"?
the multiplication
\[\sqrt{a}\times \sqrt{a}= a\]
Or \[(a ^{1/2 }) x (a ^{1/2})=a ^{(1/2 + 1/2)}= a ^{1}=a\]
(-2)(-3)=+6 Multiplication when signs are alike. Although you were confusing about the signs.
(-1/2)(-6)= 3 see above.
:/ I'm using the foil method and I'm not getting it. Thanks.
I just multiplied the two terms as they were each enclosed by parentheses (no need to foil)
Restate the problem.
so all you did was mutiply 1/2 by -6 and mulitplied radical y by radical y. so then you get -3y?
Yes, I believe that was the problem.
I have a test on this tomorrow. I'm stressed :/
Thank you
Good luck on the test.
Thank you

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