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Find the product of (3x − 7y)2.

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    isnt that the same as 2(3x-7y) ?

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    yes it is

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    so 2(3x-7y)= 6x- 14y

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    \[(3x-7y)2=6x-14y\]

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    i thought it was 9x^2 42xy+49y^2?

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    no

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    opps...

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