# How do you simplify (g + 6)(g + 4)?

Mar 11, 2018

${g}^{2} + 10 g + 24$

#### Explanation:

So you're going to want to distribute the terms.

First, multiply both terms in $\left(g + 4\right)$ by $g$ from $\left(g + 6\right)$.

$g \left(g + 4\right) = {g}^{2} + 4 g$

then multiply $\left(g + 4\right)$ by $6$ from $\left(g + 6\right)$

$6 \left(g + 4\right) = 6 g + 24$

${g}^{2} + 4 g + 6 g + 24$
${g}^{2} + 10 g + 24$