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posted by Joe .
how do I solve this: (17x^35x^2+4x3)(5x^39x^28x+11) and putting the resulting polynomial in standard form?

just collect like powers of x:
17x^35x^2+4x3
(5x^39x^28x+11)

12x^3 + 4x^2 + 12x  14
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