# How do you multiply -c(11c+4)?

Jan 8, 2017

To multiply this expression you multiply each term in the parenthesis by $- c$. See full explanation below:
To multiply this expression you multiply each term in the parenthesis by $\textcolor{red}{- c}$.
$\textcolor{red}{- c} \left(11 c + 4\right) \to \left(\textcolor{red}{- c} \times 11 c\right) + \left(\textcolor{red}{- c} \times 4\right) \to$
$- 11 {c}^{2} - 4 c$