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    Multiplication of 2xy^2. (-3x^2. y)

    The multiplication of 2xy^2. (-3x^2. y) is equal to:


    -6x ^ (2+1) y^ (2+1) = -6x ^ 3. y ^ 3


    I hope my answer is right
    Last edited by mr fantastic; August 1st 2011 at 08:06 PM. Reason: Re-titled.
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    Re: Is my answer right?

    Your answer is correct

    edit: your working is also correct
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