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Is this one whole equation?

yes
distribute

i am just confused how to to distribute my exponents

You can treat the (3x^2 + 1) as a single term and distribute it.

yes can you do that for me to show me?

can u show me my problem...as the example?

like what would the asnwer be?

i am confused how to distribute exponents

i think it is 3x^4-6x^3+3x^2-2x+1

would that be it?

I actually don't know yet... I haven't tried it on the problem itself... :D

can u please and let me know? that would help a lot

okay done :)

great! and if u didnt get that post what u got so i can see my mistake

ok well just post what u get cause i cant post every step

for me it will be easier if u solve it and i can see where I messed up

or even i did at all. i could be right

please just solve it and i can compare my answer to urs

bc i could be right

ok...so did u get the same thing as I did?

what was ur answer (final) u got?

That's why process is important.

what was urur final answer?

:)
I'm withholding it until you show me your process...
sorry, giving the final answer is highly discouraged... check the Code of Conduct...

i did it mentally

Well, don't do it mentally. That's just it :)

what did u ge?

? i will just have someone help me that knows what they're doing

Good idea :)