I have a book that teaches the foundations of algebra. I've become stuck on a question: 3a^2 + 2ab + b, when a = 2 and b = 3. The book says the answer is 27. How is that figure derived?
Thanks!
As an example, I will vary it a little
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All you do is plug the numbers given into the problem and solve.
You just solve it from there.
Try it on your own problem.
Hello, MathClown1
I have a book that teaches the foundations of algebra.
I've become stuck on a question: . , when and
The book says the answer is 27.
How is that figure derived?
It would helpful if you showed your work.
Then we can see how you got your answer (other than 27).
And we can point out your error