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Find the product of (5a - 7)(2a - 1)?
(5a - 7)(2a - 1) = 10a^2 - 5a - 14a + 7 = 10^2 - 19a + 7
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(5a - 7)(2a - 1)
= 10a^2 - 5a - 14a + 7
= 10^2 - 19a + 7
Added 237 days ago|1/28/2018 7:24:33 AM
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