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Find the product. 2y2(3x + 5z) (a)5xy² + 7y²z (b)6xy² + 10y²z² (c)6xy² + 10y²z
2y2(3x + 5z) = 6xy² + 10y²z
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The answer actually is correct; no idea why there is a flag here.
Added 1/25/2015 8:31:10 PM
Thank you @jeifunk.
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yeswey, thank you too.
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2y^2(3x + 5z)

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