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will someone please help me? Its multiplyng polynomials. b(a+b) - a(a-b)

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just open the brackets like just simplify them .
ab + b - aa (squared) - b?
nope lets see when we open b(a+b) its = ab+b^2

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do the same with the other
a(a-b) a^2 - ab?
yup
remember there is a minus sign also in front of a9a-b) so yu gotta change the signs
hey is this question wrong? bcoz the answer is very weird.
i dont think so but it the complete anser a^2 + 2ab + b^2?
yup dat shoud be the answer but there is some thing wrong in this question
is the signs correct 2?
like - and + sign?
i think so
okay th thanks:)
sure . welcome

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