## College Algebra (11th Edition)

2$b^{5}$ - 8$b^{4}$ + 6$b^{3}$
1. Apply the distributive property. 2$b^{3}$($b^{2}$ - 4b + 3) = 2$b^{3}$($b^{2}$) + 2$b^{3}$(-4b) + 2$b^{3}$(3) 2. Multiply. 2$b^{5}$ - 8$b^{4}$ + 6$b^{3}$