# How do you write #(4s+5)(7x^2-4s+3)# in standard form?

##### 1 Answer

#### Explanation:

Polynomial standard form means that the expression is written as a series of terms in descending degree sequence (where the "degree" of a term is the sum of the exponents of the variables in the term).

In the case of

the main problem is to perform the multiplication so the expression appears as a series of terms (and not as the product of two series of terms).

There are several ways to perform this multiplication; here is one version:

Note that as calculated these terms are already in descending degree sequence and thus the result is in standard polynomial form.