Q: What is the product of 3x3 and 2y2?

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3x3 9x1

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Multiple them! 3x3=9 squares!

3x3=9 5+4=9 9-9=0

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9 3x3=9 simple

It is the product of the three diagonal elements.

3 because 3x3=9

It is the product of the three diagonal elements.

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2(y - 3)(y - 10)

10x2y2 + 8xy2 - 210y2 = 2y2(5x2 + 4x - 105) = 2y2(5x2 + 25x - 21x - 105) = 2y2(x + 5)(5x - 21).

product because the answer to division is quotient so you just have to find the opposite of division which is multiplication. and you multiply and the answer will be a product. Example: 3x3=9 9=product

(5+4)-(3x3)=0