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multiplying monomials - please advise if this is correct? If not please advise where I went wrong?
-12sq*3s = -36sq^2

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    the answer would be:

    -36s^2q.


    the s is squared and the q not because your multi. SQ*3S. so there are 2
    S's but only one q.

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    Ty

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