How do you write in standard form y=(x-1)(5x+2)?

veceriraby

veceriraby

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2022-01-28

How do you write in standard form y=(x-1)(5x+2)?

Answer & Explanation

primenamaqm

primenamaqm

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2022-01-29Added 12 answers

Explanation:
Standard form for a quadratic is
y=ax2+bx+c for constants a,b, and c
Multiplying (x-1)(5x+2)
as (x)(5x+2)-1(5x+2)
=5x2+2x5x2
=5x23x2
allows us to rewrite the equation in this standard form.

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