Q. 1 D4.5( 14 Votes )

# Multiply the binomials:

m^{2}−n^{2} and m + n

Answer :

Consider two binomials as m^{2}−n^{2} and m + n

Now, to get the product of two binomials ) m^{2}−n^{2} and m + n we use the

**distributive law** i.e. (m^{2}−n^{2})×( m + n) = m^{2}(m) + m^{2}(n)-n^{2}(m)-n^{2}(n) =

m^{3} + m^{2}n-mn^{2}-n^{3}

Therefore , the product of m^{2}−n^{2} and m + n is m^{3} + m^{2}n-mn^{2}-n^{3}.

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