What is the standard form of y=(2x+4)(x-4)(2x+1)?

pimpinan15t 2022-02-01 Answered
What is the standard form of y=(2x+4)(x-4)(2x+1)?
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Answered 2022-02-02 Author has 10 answers
Explanation:
the standard form of a polynomial of degree 3 is
y=ax3+bx2+cx+d;a0
Expand the factors and collect like terms
=(2x+4)(2x27x4)
=4x314x28x+8x228x16
=4x36x236x16 in standard form
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