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2022-02-05

How do you multiply $7{m}^{3}(3mn+6)$ ?

gogrervisulget9z

Beginner2022-02-06Added 12 answers

Explanation:

$7{m}^{3}(3mn+6)$

You solve this by distributing. That means that you "distribute" or multiply the 7m^{3} to everything inside the parenthesis, like this:

$7{m}^{3}\cdot 3mn=21{m}^{4}n$

$7{m}^{3}\cdot 6=42{m}^{3}$

Now we add these two together to get the answer:

$21{m}^{4}n+42{m}^{3}$

You solve this by distributing. That means that you "distribute" or multiply the 7m^{3} to everything inside the parenthesis, like this:

Now we add these two together to get the answer: