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Find the product. (n + 8)(n - 2) a: n2 - 6n - 16 b: n2 + 6n - 16 c: n2 - 6n + 16
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(n + 8)(n - 2)
= n^2 - 2n + 8n - 16
= n^2 + 6n - 16
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