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Determine whether the function is linear or quadratic. Identify the quadratic,linear, and constant terms. F(x)=(3x+2)(-6x-3)

Determine whether the function is linear or quadratic. Identify the quadratic,linear, and constant terms. F(x)=(3x+2)(-6x-3)

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Philip P. | Effective and Affordable Math TutorEffective and Affordable Math Tutor
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f(x) = (3x+2)(-6x-3)
 
Use the FOIL method to multiply out the factors:
 
f(x) = -18x2 - 9x - 12x -6
 
Combine like terms:
 
f(x) = -18x2 -21x - 6
 
Can you finish it from here?
Robert B. | Finance Professional, expert in MS Office, Math GuruFinance Professional, expert in MS Offic...
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The function is quadratic
 
ax^2+bx+c.
 
ax^2=quadratic.
bx=linear.
c=constant.