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6-59.

Copy each generic rectangle below and fill in the missing parts. Then write an equation showing the area as a product and the area as a sum. Homework Help ✎

What should you multiply −3 by to get −6*x*?

Use the same logic to fill in the sides of the rectangle.

Fill in the remaining empty squares in the rectangle.

To write the equation as a product, multiply the polynomials on the outside of the rectangle.

To write the equation as a sum, add the values inside the rectangle.

(5*x* − 3)(2*x* − 4*y* + 5) = 10*x*^{2} − 20*xy* + 19*x* +12*y* − 15

There is more than one possible solution.