When we multiply out a pair of brackets, everything in the second bracket has to be multiplied by everything in the first bracket.
One way to multiply out a pair of brackets is by taking each term in the first bracket and multiplying it against the second bracket.
Multiply out these two brackets:
(x + 4) (x + 3)
Try the activity below.
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