How would you multiply 3 polynomials

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How would you multiply 3 polynomials

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Multiply 2 polynomials first then multiply the factor with the last binomial if I understood correctly ☺

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Start with two of the three polynomials and distribute across, then take your distributed polynomial and distribute to your final polynomial.

Step-by-step explanation:

(a+b) (c+d) (e+f)

(ac+ad+bc+bd) (e+f)

(ace+acf+ade+adf+bce+bcf+bde+bdf)

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Mrs. Anita Blick
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answered 9 months ago