User: MULTIPLY:(5Xy4)(2x² y) wish is the correct answer? 10x² y4, or 10x³ y 5, or 10x³ y4, or7 x ³ y 5 None of above?
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User: User: MULTIPLY:(5Xy4)(2x² y) wish is the correct answer? 10x² y4, or 10x³ y 5, or 10x³ y4, or7 x ³ y 5 None of above?

Weegy: 10x² y4

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10x³ y 5 is the correct answer for :(5Xy4)(2x² y).
(5Xy4)(2x² y)
=5x*2x^2*y4*y
=10x^(1+2)*y^(4+1)
=10x^3y^5.
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Updated 12/28/2018 10:22:07 AM
4x + 18 = 10
4x = 10 - 18
4x = -8
x = -8/4
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12x = -41 + 17
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Step 1: Add +17 to both sides.
12x 17+17= 41+17
12x= 24
Step 2: Divide both sides by 12.
12x12= 24
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