What is the product of 4xy and y 2 + 2?
4xy 3 + 4xy
4xy 2 + 8x 2y
4xy 3 + 8x 2
4xy 3 + 8x 2y

The product of 4xy and y^2 + 2 is 4xy^3 + 8xy . 4xy(y^2 + 2) = 4xy*y^2 + 4xy*2 = 8xy^3 + 8xy

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Asked 2/9/2015 9:36:15 AM

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The product of 4xy and y^2 + 2 is 4xy^3 + 8xy .

4xy(y^2 + 2)

= 4xy*y^2 + 4xy*2

= 8xy^3 + 8xy

4xy(y^2 + 2)

= 4xy*y^2 + 4xy*2

= 8xy^3 + 8xy

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Given the system below:
ƒ(x) = 2x
g(x) = 2x
Which value(s) of x make ƒ(x) = g(x) a true statement? If necessary, you may choose more than one answer.
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User: Find the product.
(a 2 b 3)4

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Updated 2/10/2015 12:22:48 AM

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(a^2 b^3)^4

= a^8b^12

= a^8b^12

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Confirmed by yumdrea [2/10/2015 12:26:06 AM]

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