What is the standard form of $y=(x-6){(x-3)}^{2}$ ?

Reina Pennington
2022-02-01
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What is the standard form of $y=(x-6){(x-3)}^{2}$ ?

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Nathan Huang

Answered 2022-02-02
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Explanation:

$y=(x-6)\cdot {(x-3)}^{3}$

$y=(x-6)\cdot ({x}^{2}-6x+9)$

$y={x}^{3}-6{x}^{2}+9x-6{x}^{2}+36x-54$

$y={x}^{3}-12{x}^{2}+45x-54$ is the standard form.

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$y={x}^{3}-12{x}^{2}+45x-54$ is the standard form.

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