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

Reina Pennington 2022-02-01 Answered
What is the standard form of y=(x6)(x3)2?
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Nathan Huang
Answered 2022-02-02 Author has 15 answers
Explanation:
y=(x6)(x3)3
y=(x6)(x26x+9)
y=x36x2+9x6x2+36x54
y=x312x2+45x54 is the standard form.
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y=x312x2+45x54 is the standard form.
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