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Q: What is the simplest form of 4y(y-1)-3y+y?
A: 4y(y - 1) - 3y + y =4y^2 - 4y - 3y + y = 4y^2 - 7y + y = 4y^2 - 6y
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4y(y - 1) - 3y + y
=4y^2 - 4y - 3y + y
= 4y^2 - 7y + y
= 4y^2 - 6y
Added 2/20/2015 9:44:28 AM
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