How do you multiply #(-2x^2+3x-1)(-3x^3)#?

1 Answer
Jul 8, 2015

Answer:

just use distributive property of multiplication

Explanation:

Distributive property states the following
sum of two or more number times another number is equal to sum of each multiplied number
eample include
#4 * (6 + 3) = 4*6 + 4*3#

[properties of multiplication]
(http://www.aaamath.com/pro74bx2.htm)

so applying distributive property

#(-2x^2+3x-1)(-3x^3)#

# (-3x^3)*(-2x^2)+(-3x^3)*3x-(-3x^3)1#

#6x^5-9x^4+3x^3#

i hope i solved the question
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