Multiply the expressions in parts (a) through (c) to remove the parentheses. Homework Help ✎
Use a generic rectangle to multiply.
In a rectangle, (length)(width) = area. Find the area of each small rectangle inside the generic rectangle.
The total area of the generic rectangle, or
and .Then use a generic rectangle to multiply that result by .
Now use a generic rectangle.
- and -intercepts of . The factors in part (c) should be useful.
-intercepts are where .
-intercept is where : from part (c).
Using the Zero Product Property: