How do you multiply monomials by polynomials?

gravaviwoa

gravaviwoa

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2022-02-01

How do you multiply monomials by polynomials?

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Kaylah Edwards

Kaylah Edwards

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2022-02-02Added 8 answers

Just distribute the monomial to each of the polynomials
illustrationsamk

illustrationsamk

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2022-02-03Added 14 answers

Since each term in a polynomial is a monomial, multiplying polynomials becomes multiplying monomials. When multiplying monomials, use the product rule for exponents. The factors are regrouped, and then multiplied. Notice the product rule for exponents at work [when the bases are the same, add the exponents].

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