What is the standard form of y=(3x2−7)(2x−2)?

Trystan Horne

Trystan Horne

Answered

2022-02-01

What is the standard form of y=(3x27)(2x2)?

Answer & Explanation

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iluvyou23452nwj

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2022-02-02Added 19 answers

Explanation:
y=(3x27)(2x2)
y=6x36x14x+14
y=6x320x+14
y6x3+20x=14
y2x(3x210)=14
Veschettijib

Veschettijib

Expert

2022-02-03Added 12 answers

Explanation:
expand the factors using the FOIL method
(3x27)(2x2)
=6x36x214x+14 in standard form
to express a polynomial in standard form
start with the term with the highest exponent of the
variable followed by decreasing exponents of the variable
in descending order
Answer:
y=6x36x214x+14

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