Algebra 1

6$x^{2}$(4$x^{2}$+3)=24$x^{4}$+18$x^{2}$
In order to simplify the product 6$x^{2}$(4$x^{2}$+3) we must apply the distributive property that states that a(b+c)=ab+ac. If we set a=6$x^{2}$, b=4$x^{2}$, and c=3 to rewrite the product Using the distributive property, 6$x^{2}$(4$x^{2}$+3)=24$x^{4}$+18$x^{2}$