2-x(9+6x) is algebra maths?

i want somebody who understands it well to answer.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    2-x(9+6x)

    (9(2-x))+(6x(2-x))

    (18-9x)+(12x-6x^2)

    18+3x-6x^2 (Note -9 +12 = 3)

    Generally, an expression is written from highest power to lowest power, so -6x^2+3x+18

  • Carmen
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    1 decade ago

    2-x(9+6x)

    first, distribute the -x to everything inside the ()

    2-9x-6x^2

    if you rearrange everything to exponential order, you should have

    -6x^2-9x+2

  • 1 decade ago

    2-x(9+6x)

    2-(9x-6x^2)

    2-9x+6x^2 or 6x^2-9x+2

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    ^ means to the powers of

  • 1 decade ago

    2-x(9+6x) you can distribute -x

    2-9x-6x^2 or -6x^2-9x+2

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    2-x(9+6x=2-9x-6x^2

    =-6x^2-9x+2. answer

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i would multiply it out in a foil ... maybe ...

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