anonymous
  • anonymous
Need Help!! darryl is finding the product of -5(-4y^3+6y^2-5) . is he correct? if not, what changes should be made? -5(-4y^3+6y^2-5) =-5y(-4y^3)-5y(6y^2)-5y(-5) =20y^4-30y^3+25y A. Yes, Darryl’s work is correct. B. Darryl should have multiplied by 5y. C. Darryl should have multiplied the exponents instead of adding the exponents. D. Darryl’s answer should have been 20y^3+30y^2-25y
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katieb
  • katieb
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welshfella
  • welshfella
are you sure you have the question right? - because none of the option A-D are correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
I FORGOT TO PUT THE Y IN -5Y(-4Y^3+6Y^2-5) IN THE SECOND EQUATION

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