What is the standard form of #y= (x+3) (x+4) #?
the standard form of a second-degree polynomial function should look like this
so we try to reach that for with your function
Using the Distributive property
Add like terms
The standard form of a quadratic equation is
Following this image, we can multiply it out.
Combine them all together to get:
We can still combine the like terms
As you can see, this matches the form
Hope this helps!