Integrated Math 1

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Calculate the product of the binomials below. Use the caret ( ^ ) to enter any exponents; for example, write x2 as x^2. Write your answer in descending order.

(4x - 3)(x + 1)

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    4x^2+x-3

    do you mean expand?

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