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posted by Lucy .
How do I multiply more than two binomials?
Something like: (a+bx)^3 (not necessarily cubed, though).
I know to use FOIL, but I don't know how to use it when there's more than two binomials...
Sorry that I don't have any actual numbers to work with.
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