How do you multiply -2x(x^{2}-3)?

Pegov1 2022-02-05 Answered
How do you multiply 2x(x23)?
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Evie French
Answered 2022-02-06 Author has 18 answers
Explanation:
This is a basic distributive property problem
2x(x23)
Distribute the -2 to both terms in the parenthesis
2x(x2)2x(3)
2x3+6x (Ans)
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limegreenleosp9
Answered 2022-02-07 Author has 12 answers
Explanation:
Using Distributive Property,
a(b+c)=ab+ac
Applying the property,
2x(x23)
=2x(x2)2x(3)
Hence, the answer is,
=2x3+6x
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