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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Multiply (x+1) (x^2+3x+5)

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):

\[x^3+4 x^2+8 x+5 \]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

emmmmh

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):

what does that say?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

\[x^3+4 x^2+8 x+5\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What is the point of giving the answer? This person seems to be going down her problem list and asking questions one after another without really wanting to learn how to solve these problems.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

We are doing his homework for him haha

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok verified :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Alvin I still need help with the question i asked earlier

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@GT would you like to explain then?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

tell the procedure not the answer teachers :) (;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@GT : this is only a simplifying problem no wonder we simplify and give the ans its just a multiplication!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I get that. Look at this person posting a series of questions one after another. That is a sign of someone that is just going down the homework problem list. Not someone here to ask a question or two to learn.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@ dhashni just explain by saying multiply the first parenthesis with the second and simplify lol by collecting like terms :-P

OpenStudy (anonymous):

well I want to learn, hahah can someone take a look at the two questions i posted and teach me please!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@GT go ahead and keep judging

OpenStudy (anonymous):

GT, how about you look at my question, it's a toughy

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