What is the standard form of y=2(x-3)(x-2)(3x-5)?

Aryan Phillips

Aryan Phillips

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2022-02-03

What is the standard form of y=2(x-3)(x-2)(3x-5)?

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2022-02-04Added 8 answers

Explanation:
In general the standard form of a polynomial is
y=anxn+an1xn1++a2x2+a1x1+a0
To achieve the standard form, multiply out the expression
y=2(x3)(3x26x5x+10)
y=2(3x311x2+10x9x2+33x30)
y=2(3x320x2+43x30)
y=6x340x3+86x60
Answer:
y=6x340x3+86x60

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