How do you find the product #(g+10)(2g-5)#?

2 Answers
May 18, 2017

Answer:

Multiply terms

Explanation:

When you multiply terms, you will get

#(g*2g)-(5g)+(10*2g)-(5*10)#

#=2g^2+15g-50#

This is your solution:

#2g^2+15g-50#

May 18, 2017

Answer:

#2g^2+15g-50#

Explanation:

#"each term in the second bracket is multiplied by each "#
#"term in the first bracket as shown below."#

#(color(red)(g+10))(2g-5)#

#=color(red)(g)(2g-5)color(red)(+10)(2g-5)#

#=(color(red)(g)xx2g)+(color(red)(g)xx-5)+(color(red)(10)xx2g)+(color(red)(10)xx-5)#

#=2g^2-5g+20g-50#

#=2g^2+15g-50#