## ccastudentgrade10 one year ago what is -4h*h?

1. Nnesha

when we multiply same bases we should add exponents $\huge\rm x^m \times x^n=x^{m+n}$ h is same as 1h to the one power $\huge\rm -4h^1 \times 1h^1$ so jsut multiply the coefficients and add the exponent

so -4h^2? @Nnesha

3. Nnesha

looks good

thank ya

so what would 2h+4h^2 be? @Nnesha

6. Nnesha

what's the statement ? i guess take out the common factor what is common in both terms ?