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Match the terms with the definitions.
4x^2(3x)(x)=
6x^2(2x^2)(x^2)=
4x^3(3x^2)=
3x^4(2x^2)=
2x^2(3x^3)
A.)12x^5
B.)6x^6
C.)12x^5
D.)6x^5
E.)12x^6
 6 months ago
 6 months ago
Match the terms with the definitions. 4x^2(3x)(x)= 6x^2(2x^2)(x^2)= 4x^3(3x^2)= 3x^4(2x^2)= 2x^2(3x^3) A.)12x^5 B.)6x^6 C.)12x^5 D.)6x^5 E.)12x^6
 6 months ago
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JohnnyCowCowBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
First, try to combine like terms or use polynomials.
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JohnnyCowCowBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Once you have simplified the equations, the answers will be very clear. Basically, this entire problem is just simplification and combination of like terms. However, x cannot be combined with x or x^2. They have to be relatively the same. x^2 could be combined with x^3 to make x^5. Get it now?
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bevinlovesyouBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
No not at all @JohnnyCowCow
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