# SOLUTION: How do you go about the process of multiplying polynomials by monomials for example. 2(n-3)+n(2-n)=2-nsquared

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 Question 2304: How do you go about the process of multiplying polynomials by monomials for example. 2(n-3)+n(2-n)=2-nsquaredAnswer by longjonsilver(2297)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!the term outside the bracket is multiplied by everything inside the bracket, so... 2(n-3) becomes 2n-6 n(2-n) becomes 2n- so combined we get 2n-6 + 2n- = 2 - Bring everything onto one side, to give Now collect like terms... so, 4n = 8 n=2 jon