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Hello - I am afreshman & honors algebra is kicking my butt -

I need to simplify the following

(-6c)(2-3c) can some on help

  • Honoirs Algebra - ,

    Use the FOIL method to expand it out. Google search it; it might help.

    (-6c)(2-3c) becomes:
    -12c + 18c^2

    From here, you can factor it out or whatever it requires.

  • Honoirs Algebra - ,

    Thanks so much

  • Honoirs Algebra - ,

    Multiply 6c by everything in the parentheses to clear the parentheses.
    (-6c*2) -(3c*-6c) =
    -12c + 18c^2 or
    18c^2 - 12c but I don't that this equation is simpler.

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