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4xy3(2x-y)(3x+5) the Y is to the third power. Im having a problem multiplying this binomial. I get confused with the X and the Y after the FOIL method is completed

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  1. okay, so first (2x)(3x)
    then, (2x)(5)
    next, (-y)(3x)
    finally, (-y)(5)
    That comes out to 4xy^3(6x^2+10x-3xy-5y)
    You should multiply the 4xy^3 by (6x^2+10x-3xy-5y)
    Happy algebra!!

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