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• Do you always use the property of distribution when multiplying monomials and polynomials? Explain why or why not. In what situations would distribution become important?
In general, when multiplying two polynomials together, use the distributive property, until every term of one polynomial is multiplied times every term of the other polynomial. Make sure that you simplify your answer by combining any like terms.
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User: • Do you always use the property of distribution when multiplying monomials and polynomials? Explain why or why not. In what situations would distribution become important?

Weegy: In general, when multiplying two polynomials together, use the distributive property, until every term of one polynomial is multiplied times every term of the other polynomial. Make sure that you simplify your answer by combining any like terms.
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User: In what situations would distribution become important when multiplying monomials and polynomials?

Weegy: In general, when multiplying two polynomials together, use the distributive property, until every term of one polynomial is multiplied times every term of the other polynomial. Make sure that you simplify your answer by combining any like terms.
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User: What are the practical usages of scientific notation? Why is scientific notation so important in our modern day society? What would be the value of expressing something like the national debt in scientific notation? What information would be lost in such a usage? Is that important? Explain why or why not.





Weegy: If there is a parentheses involved.
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