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

Krystal Villanueva

Krystal Villanueva

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2022-02-01

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

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Iacopelli5co

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2022-02-02Added 15 answers

Explanation:
Standard form requires that the expression is a list of factors in decreasing order of powers.
Therefore we need to expand this expression and simplify.
y=(x+4)(x2+8x+16)(4x2+12x+9)
y=x3+8x2+16x+4x2+32x+644x212x9
y=x3+8x2+36x+55

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