Find the product.
(n + 8)(n - 2)
n2- 6n - 16
n2+ 6n - 16
n2- 6n + 16

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(n + 8)(n - 2) = n^2 - 2n + 8n - 16 = n^2 + 6n - 16

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t Object]User: The branch of grammar that deals with forms of words is called

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The branch of grammar that deals with forms of words is called morphology.

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Simplify m - {n + [p - (m + n - p)]}.
-2m + 2p
2m - 2p
-2m - 2p **Weegy:** B. 2m **User:** Divide x4 + 7 by x - 3.
x³ - 3x² - 9x - 27 R 88
x³ + 3x² + 9x - 27 R -74
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m - {n + [p - (m + n - p)]}

=m-(n-m-n+2p)

=m-(-m+2p)

=2m-2p

=m-(n-m-n+2p)

=m-(-m+2p)

=2m-2p

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Factor the following polynomial completely.
-x2y2 + x4 + 9y2 - 9x2
(x- 3)(x- 3)(x+y)(x-y)
(x+ 3)(x+ 3)(x+y)(x-y)
(x+ 3)(x- 3)(x+y)(x-y) **Weegy:** (-4 + x^2) (x^2 - y^2). Please rate the answer. **User:** Factor the following polynomial completely.
-x2y2 + x4 + 9y2 - 9x2
(x- 3)(x- 3)(x+y)(x-y)
(x+ 3)(x+ 3)(x+y)(x-y)
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-x^2y^2 + x^4 + 9y^2 - 9x^2

= (x + 3)(x - 3)(x + y)(x - y)

= (x + 3)(x - 3)(x + y)(x - y)

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Latin, Greek, English, Dutch, and Spanish are all dead languages true or false

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