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I am assuming that you mean y + 2*y*y

i am also assuming that by simplify u mean factorise

if that is true then

u must first take the common outside like in the distributive property

so it will be y(1+2y)

and that is the answer

I hoped this can help u

Q: How do you simplify y plus 2multiply y multiply y?

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