

Subject:
algebra
Category: Reference, Education and News > Education Asked by: hayloga List Price: $2.00 
Posted:
06 Jan 2005 16:54 PST
Expires: 05 Feb 2005 16:54 PST Question ID: 453247 
multiply (2x^3+x^22x+4)* (x^24) 

Subject:
Re: algebra
Answered By: joeyga on 06 Jan 2005 22:06 PST 
Haylo, to do this you need to follow a process of multiplying each term of the first polynomial to each term of the second polynomial (in this case, a binomial), adding or subtracting the final terms in sequence as necessary. Here's the solution for this problem: (2x^3 + x^2  2x + 4) * (x^2  4) Multiply the first part by x^2 and then the second part by 4: (2x^5 + x^4  2x^3 + 4x^2) + (8x^3  4x^2 + 8x  16) Then, combine all of the terms with the same degree of x: 2x^5 + x^4  10x^3 + 8x  16 I hope this helps out. Joey 

Subject:
Re: algebra
From: billlanga on 07 Jan 2005 21:10 PST 
How come you can post your answer on the website! Could u tell me du to I alos like to help people answer question? it is really fun. Bill Lan 
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Re: algebra
From: joeyga on 09 Jan 2005 00:25 PST 
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