What is the standard form of y=(-x-5)(8x-2)?

Julianne Martinez

Julianne Martinez

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2022-02-03

What is the standard form of y=(-x-5)(8x-2)?

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supletiv2i4

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2022-02-04Added 9 answers

Explanation:
Standard form for an expression is listing the terms , beginning with the term with the highest exponent of the variable followed by decreasing exponents until the last term , usually a constant.
begin by distributing the brackets.
Each term in the 2nd bracket must be multiplied by each term in the 1st.This can be done as follows.
thus: -x(8x-2)-5(8x-2)
hence 8x2+2x40x+10=8x238x+10
This expression is in standard form.
Answer:
8x238x+10

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