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kconno01:

Multiply −3x2(6x2 + 2x − 3).

MoonyMoonlight:

Multiply -3x^2 to all the terms inside the bracket separately. (Do note the negative sign.)

UhhhKhakis:

First, you want to apply the distributive law: m(a+b+c)=ma+mb+mc When you do that you are going to take the parentheses off and replace them with a multiplying symbol. It'll look something like this:

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UhhhKhakis:

Now you just simplify that equation and there's your answer.

MoonyMoonlight:

−3x2 x 6x2 + −3x2 x 2x − 3x2 x − 3

Panda2006:

-3x2 is -6 (6x2 +2x -3) is 11x so your answer would be -6 + 11x

seyrhulgtrexh:

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