What is the standard form of y=(x-3)(3x-3)(x+2)+3-4x?

Willow Carrillo

Willow Carrillo

Answered

2022-01-31

What is the standard form of y=(x-3)(3x-3)(x+2)+3-4x?

Answer & Explanation

Darian Sosa

Darian Sosa

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2022-02-01Added 12 answers

Explanation:
y=(x-3)(3x-3)(x+2)+3-4x
y=(3x29x3x+9)(x+2)+34x
y=3x39x23x2+9x+6x218x6x+18+34x
y=3x36x219x+21 is the standard form.
Polynomial degree : 3
No. of terms : 4

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