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Q: What is an acronym used to remember the steps needed to multiply two binomials?

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To multiply (4x + 1) by (2x2 + 1), perform the cross product, or multiply each combination of terms and then reduce... 8x3 + 2x2 + 4x + 1 ...In this case, reduction is not needed.

Convert measurements to yards and then multiply them

Multiply the radius by 2, then by the value of Pi - and you'll have your answer !

Assuming you are fencing the perimeter of this yard, it would be 526. This is because you multiply 170 by 2 (there are two sides of this length) to get 340, then multiply 93 by 2 to get 186. 340+186=526. You would need 526 feet of fencing.

You have to multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the answer will be 550 square feet.

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It is only not needed if you know of another method. If FOIL is the only way you know to multiply two binomials, then it is definitely needed.

Multiply the numerators together then multiply the denominators. Reduce as needed.

Multiply by 12.

You multiply the number together - using a calculator if needed.

everything they needed to remember

you Multiply 100 X 100 you Multiply 100 X 100

Multiply Km by 10^6

heat, air flow, darkness, moisture

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The dress pattern should give what is needed, for that particular pattern. Then multiply by 5.

Mnemonics are used to remember long sets of terms or hard concepts -- they are not needed to remember one word.

COLD AND DARK, there are 2 others but im not sure :)

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