Elementary Algebra Drill 2: Problem 2. Can you find the product?
|ACT Math||Elementary Algebra|
|ACT Mathematics||Elementary Algebra|
|Elementary Algebra||Factoring polynomials|
Understanding algebraic operations
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Mathematics and Statistics Assessment||Quadratic and Other Polynomial Expressions, and Functions|
|Number and Quantity||Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers|
Use complex numbers in polynomial identities and equations
|Product Type||ACT Math|
Okay, here we go, 4a times 3a is 12a squared plus 3ab plus 4ab, which is 7ab plus b
times b which is b squared.
So the answer is 12a squared plus 7ab plus b squared.
Boom there we go. The Answer is B.