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4X^2(3X^2)(X)=

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

06.02 Mult. and Dividing Polynomials

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

For solving problems live this, all we need to remember are our exponent rules. When multiplying exponents we follow this rule: a^m * a^n=a^m+n. Thus, the first step to our problem involves multiplying the polynomials in the parentheses: $(3x^2)(x)=3x^3$ Next, we work with: $4x^2*3x^3$ Again we simply add the exponents and multiply the coefficients, resulting in: $12x^5$

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