10th Grade Math-Algebra 2

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How do you multiply algebraic expression such as.....

(5x^3)(4xy^2)

• 10th Grade Math-Algebra 2 -

5 * x^3 * 4 * x * y^2

20 x^4 y^2

• 10th Grade Math-Algebra 2 -

(5*x*x*x)(4*x*y*y)

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