Choose the correct simplification of the expression (7x − 3)(4x2 − 3x − 6).
28x3 − 33x2 − 33x − 18
28x3 + 33x2 − 33x + 18
28x3 − 51x2 − 33x + 18
28x3 − 33x2 − 33x + 18

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- anonymous

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- iGreen

Just multiply the two expressions together.

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- iGreen

\(\sf (7x - 3) \times (4x^2 − 3x − 6)\)

- Keigh2015

28?

- anonymous

First work with the first term, 7x * 4x^2 and you get 28x^3. Then multiply the first term of the binomial and second term of the trinomial. so 7x * -3x what do you get? @Keigh2015

- iGreen

No, it's kind of like the last question.

- iGreen

Multiply all the terms in the first parenthesis to all the terms in the second parenthesis.

- anonymous

@iGreen let me help her I'm showing her an easy way.

- iGreen

\(\sf 7x \times 4x^2\)
\(\sf 7x \times -3x\)
\(\sf 7x \times -6\)
\(\sf -3 \times 4x^2\)
\(\sf -3 \times -3x\)
\(\sf -3 \times -6\)

- iGreen

Alright @alexistheking777

- anonymous

@Keigh2015 You see what iGreen posted? Give me the answers to the problems he posted. It is part of the equation and will help you.

- Keigh2015

ok hold on

- iGreen

Yeah, after you find those just combine any like terms and you're done..

- anonymous

Have you got your answers?

- Keigh2015

almost

- Keigh2015

In this order
28x^2
-21x
-42x
-12x^2
9x
18

- anonymous

Your right for all the ones except the first two. The numbers are right but you forgot to combine the exponents so think of x^2 * x as x^2+1 since x has the exponential value of 1. So you would get an exponential value of 3. So it would be 28x^3. And same goes for x * x so it would be x^1+1 which is 2. So it should be -21x^2.
28x^3
-21x^2
-42x
-12x^2
9x
18
Now combine like terms (that is terms with same exponent. So what is -21x^2 + (-12x^2)

- anonymous

- Keigh2015

28x^3-33x^2

- anonymous

Yes because 28x^3 is the only term with an exponential value of 3 and -21 + (-12) is like -21 - 12 which is 33. Then you replace the x and exponential value so its -33x^2. Good job, now we can eliminate answe C since the second term is 51x^2 which is wrong. So now what is -42x + 9x?

- Keigh2015

-33x

- anonymous

By the way we can also eliminate B as well since the second term is positive and ours is negative. And yes it is -33x. Last step is to add the 18 to your equation so combine all those answers you just gave me.

- Keigh2015

28x^3-33x^2-33x+18

- anonymous

Correct so when you look at the answers the only one that matches it is D. I hope this helped you don't forget to close this question and choose the person that was the greatest help to you by hitting best response and have a wonderful day. @Keigh2015

- Keigh2015

thank you for the help and you too @alexistheking777

- anonymous

No problem.

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