please simplify (1.2x^3+4.5x^2-3.8x)+(-3.4x^3-4.7x^2+23)
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The . indicate decimal points I assume? If so simply group and add like terms do the same for different orders of
What about this one..... -4x(2x^3-6x^2-5x+1)
Originally Posted by Pandatwirler2 What about this one..... -4x(2x^3-6x^2-5x+1) 2x^3-6x^2-5x+1 isn't factorable.
Originally Posted by Pandatwirler2 What about this one..... -4x(2x^3-6x^2-5x+1) You can expand the into the bracket here, Is that what you are after?
yes but how do you multiply -4x with 2x^3?
you multiply the coefficients and add the exponents
Originally Posted by Pandatwirler2 yes but how do you multiply -4x with 2x^3? Has you teacher not told you how?
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