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Homework Help: ALGEBRA

Posted by GGIFT on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 8:36am.

with multiplying this:
9y^2-9)(8y^2-9y+3)
I have:
8y^2(y^2-9)-9y(y^2-9)+3(y^-9) THEN
8y^2*y^2-9-9y*y^2-9+3*y^2-9.... THEN
8y^8 - 6 ???
I think that I am lost

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