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Answers by Jaz S.

Maralyn, You would multiply each term in the first polynomial (2y^2+3y-1) by every term in the second (y^2+4y+5). So what you have down so far is correct! For example, if I replaced the terms with letters - (2y^2+3y-1)=(A+B-C)and (y^2+4y+5)=(x+y+z) and used the distributive property you would...