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Why is this not (b)??? Choose the correct product of (3x + 8)2. (a) 9x^2-64 (b) 9x^2+64 (c) 9x^2+48x+64 (d) 9x^2-48x+64
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Nnesha
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|dw:1440693780936:dw| (3x+8)^2 is same as (3x+8)(3x+8) signs and terms are same so there should `3` terms
Nnesha
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|dw:1440693852456:dw| multiply write your answer in the box multiply left first term by top 2 terms
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..is it (c)?

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Nnesha
  • Nnesha
are you sure ?
shes.radical
  • shes.radical
no..im not used to that method..hold on
Nnesha
  • Nnesha
okay. don't guess :=) show ur work how did you get the answer :=)
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yeah its c!! im sure this time.
Nnesha
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yes right!
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welp, thanks for not giving me the answer right away. i get it now, graciass
Nnesha
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|dw:1440694145932:dw| so there should be 3 terms