# How do you foil (-4x+5)(-2x-3)?

How do you foil (-4x+5)(-2x-3)?
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Explanation:
$=\left(-4x×-2x\right)+\left(-4x×-3\right)+\left(5×-2x\right)+\left(5×-3\right)$
$=8{x}^{2}+12x-10x-15$
$=8{x}^{2}+2x-15$
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(a+b)(c+d)
(-4x+5)(-2x-3)
FIRSTS:
$-4x×-2x\to 8{x}^{2}$
OUTERS:
$-4x×-3\to 12x$
INNERS:
$5×-2x\to -10x$
LASTS:
$5×-3\to -15$
Now put them all together and simplify:
$8{x}^{2}+12x-10x-15$
$8{x}^{2}+2x-15$