What is the standard form of y=-(x+5)^{2}(-x-1)?

2alr8w 2022-01-30 Answered
What is the standard form of y=(x+5)2(x1)?
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Answered 2022-01-31 Author has 21 answers
Explanation:
y=(x+5)2(x1)
Factor the negative sign out of the second term:
y=(x+5)2(1)(x+1)
y=(x+5)2(x+1)
Distribute each term to expand:
y=(x2+10x+25)(x+1)
y=(x3+x2)+(10x2+10)+(25x+25)
Combine like terms to get standard form:
y=x3+11x2+25x+35
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