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How to multiply binomials.
The first example problem involves a binomial times a binomial minus a monomial times a binomial.
When you multiply binomials you can solve them following these steps.
Step. 1 FOIL the binomials
Step 2. Distribute the monomial
Step. 3. Add like terms and get all of the numbers and exponents in descending order.
Step 4. After adding the like terms, and putting in descending order you are finished. Just double checks your signs.
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