Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

$7y+14$
To find a product using the distributive property, you take the coefficent--in this case the 7 outside of the parentheses--and multiply it by each term within the parentheses separately. The first term within the parentheses is $x$, so the first term of the product is $7\times y$, or $7y$. The second term within the parentheses is 2, so the second term of the product is $7\times2$, or 14. The terms within the parentheses are connected by a plus sign, so the terms within the product will be too. The final product, therefore, is $7y+14$.