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Perform the indicated operations and write the result in simplest form.6$c^{2} d\left(-2 c d^{3}\right)$

$-12 c^{5} d^{4}$

Algebra

Chapter 1

THE INTEGERS

Section 5

Multiplying Polynomials

The Integers

Equations and Inequalities

Polynomials

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so an important thing to note before we begin is when you multiply and you have the same base. So let's say we have C and see everyone and multiply these two. We would add their exponents so this will become C to the A plus B. They're gonna use that when we multiply our times here. So we have six c squared d times negative to see d. Q. So if I someone normal, supply this six and his negative, too, that I get most negative 12 then I'm gonna most upon my seas. So this turns into C Times two plus one because there wasn't understood one here and then one of multiply the D's. So the terms d This will be d to the one plus three and we simply by this and we get negative 12 times, see to the third time City to the fourth, and that's our finally into

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