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Multiply (6z2 - 4z + 1)(8 - 3z).
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User: Multiply (6z2 - 4z + 1)(8 - 3z).

Weegy: 48z2 - 18z3 -32z + 12z2 + 8 -3z= -18z3 + 60z2 -35z + 8
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User: Find the product. (6a + b)2





Weegy: the product. (6a + b)2 answer: 12z + 2b
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(6a + b)^2
= 36a^2 + 12ab + b^2
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