algebra 2
posted by Reina Bonilla
(w + 2t)(w^2  2wt + 4t^2)
(x + y)(x^2 3xy + 2y^2)
=x^3  3x^2y + 2xy^2 + x^2y 3xy^2 + 2y^3
= x^32x^2yxy^2+2y^3
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