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Multiply and give the answer in standard form. (2n^2-7n+2)(3n+1). I really need some help with this! Thanks!

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  1. Ehsan18
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    first multiply 3n with the numbers 2n^2,-7n,2 and then multiply 1 with them too.....add all the numbers but keep in mind the signs, in this case it will be like \[6n^3-21n^2+6n+2n^2-7n+2=6n^3-19n^2-n+2\]

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