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2x(3y^2 - 4y - 3) how to solve this?

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and the steps in solving it

asked Jan 16, 2013 in PRE-ALGEBRA by skylar Apprentice

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2x (3y²- 4y - 3 )

By using distributive property a(b - c) = ab - ac

2x(3y²) - 2x(4y) -2x(3)

6 xy² - 8xy - 6x

 

 

answered Jan 16, 2013 by Johncena Apprentice
It can be simplified further by taking common terms out from equation.
The common terms is 2x.
6xy² - 8xy - 6x = 2x( 3y² - 4y - 3)

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