multiply using the foil method 112=(x+4)(2x+6)

multiply using the foil method 112=(x+4)(2x+6)

FOIL: (4X+3)(5X-3_

FOIL: (3X+7)(3X-7)

I keep getting 27-24√2 but I know it is wrong :(

The question is 15x^3-25x^2+10. I got up to the part of 5x(3x^2-5x+2) but after that I just get stuck.

I need help with the foil method bc I don't get it at all

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This is step by step instructions for using the FOIL method to multiply two binomials. FOIL is a mnemonic for First Outside Inside Last...

the 6x is squared. I know the answer is 2,4/3 but i am unsure how to write it out. please help. thank you

Let's use our imagination a bit. Picture yourself in math class (Algebra I to be exact), minding your own business, having fun playing with the axioms (aka rules) of algebra, and then one day your teacher drops this bomb on you: "Expand (x+3)(x-1)" And you might be thinking, "woah now, where did come from?" It makes sense that this would shock... read more

Simplifying using the FOIL Method Lessons The FOIL Method is a process used in algebra to multiply two binomials. The lesson on the Distributive Property, explained how to multiply a monomial or a single term such as 7 by a binomial such as (4 + 9x). But, what if there was a binomial instead of a single term outside of the parentheses? That is, what if a binomial was being... read more

How do you solve this using the FOIL method?: (x+1)(x+6) Thank you!

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