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What is the simplified form of –3z^2(z + 2) – 4(z^2 + 1)?
a.) –7x^2 + 1
b.) –3z^3 – 4z^2 – 6z – 4
c.) –3z^3 – 2z^2 – 4
d.) –3z^3 – 10z^2 – 4
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What is the simplified form of –3z^2(z + 2) – 4(z^2 + 1)? a.) –7x^2 + 1 b.) –3z^3 – 4z^2 – 6z – 4 c.) –3z^3 – 2z^2 – 4 d.) –3z^3 – 10z^2 – 4
 one year ago
 one year ago

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Distribute 3z^2 by the left parentheses and 4 by the right parentheses. Then combine like terms.
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