Expand the polynomial (m+4)(m+7).

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Expand the polynomial (m+4)(m+7).
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Expand (m+4)(m+7) using the FOIL Method.

mm+m7+4m+47

Simplify and combine like terms.

m2+7m+4m+28

Add 7m and 4m.

m2+11m+28

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