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simplify. 2x^4(4x^2 + 3x + 1)

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Distribution is the key:)
Or do you need to factor it?
idk it just says simplify in standard form

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|dw:1377831279990:dw| Multiply!
what about the exponents?
You add the exponents...\[X ^{a}*X ^{b}=X ^{a+b}\]
so you're only multiplying the numbers and not the exponents?
No you are multiplying the exponents too, but the rule multiplying exponents is that its like adding them together.
Solve it and ill tell you if you did it right:)
2x^8+8x^4
No...Try again...Add the exponents and multiply the constants.
can you do an example?
Yea sure!
\[(3x ^{2}+29x ^{4})(5x ^{3}+3)\]
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You try with yours now!
ok but i still dont get it
Ill give you a clue...
\[2x ^{4}*4x ^{2}=8x ^{6}\]
is it 8x^6+6x^5+2x^4 ?
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner:)
lol yay thank you :)

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