Solved on Sep 26, 2023

# Convert $-2x-3y$ into a product form.

#### STEP 1

### Assumptions1. The expression given is $-x-3y$ . We need to convert this expression into a product form

#### STEP 2

### To convert the expression into a product form, we need to factor out the common factor from both terms. In this case, the common factor is $-1$.

#### STEP 3

### Factor out $-1$ from the expression $-2x-3y$.

$-1(2x+3y)$

#### STEP 4

### Now the expression $-2x-3y$ is in product form as $-1(2x+3y)$.

The expression $-2x-3y$ in product form is $-1(2x+3y)$.

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