AndrewKaiser333
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(2n^2+5n+4)(2n-4)
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AndrewKaiser333
  • AndrewKaiser333
i do not understand please help it says to multiply
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those two
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to get an answer

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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%282n%5E2%2B5n%2B4%29%282n-4%29
AndrewKaiser333
  • AndrewKaiser333
i do not understand that still confused
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@april115
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april115
  • april115
Hmmm
AndrewKaiser333
  • AndrewKaiser333
found it
AndrewKaiser333
  • AndrewKaiser333
i looked at it wrong
AndrewKaiser333
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that is why i ma confused thanks
april115
  • april115
(2n^2+5n+4)(2n-4) =4n^3+10n^2+8n-8n^2-20n-16 =4n^3+2n^2-12n-16
AndrewKaiser333
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yes i figured it out thanks guys
april115
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http://www.answers.yahoo.com/question/index/?qid=201205042131157AAWNV2f

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