# SOLUTION: Use the distributive property: (3+x)y+x2 Is the answer : 3y+x2+xy+x2 = 3y+xy+2x2 ??

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Distributive-associative-commutative-properties Question 154691: Use the distributive property: (3+x)y+x2 Is the answer : 3y+x2+xy+x2 = 3y+xy+2x2 ??Found 2 solutions by oscargut, nerdybill:Answer by oscargut(891)   (Show Source): Answer by nerdybill(6948)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I'll assume you meant: (3+x)y+x^2 where ^ represents exponentiation. . So, if we started with: (3+x)y+x^2 We start by distributing the 'y' to each term inside the parentheses: 3y + xy + x^2 (this is your answer) . You could reorder the terms so we have the highest degree term first: x^2 + xy + 3y