Quick Algebra Problem

Hi, everyone.
I'm about to take the TEAS, and I got most of the math right on my practice tests, but this one is throwing me:
(x2+4x+4)(x26x+9)
Those are supposed to be x squared, by the way.
My ATI book for the TEAS V says the answer is 10x5, but I can only get 2x5. I'd appreciate any help anyone could give me!
Thanks!Last edit by susurra on Nov 29, '10 

Nov 29, '10Quote from susurraYou might be over thinking this.Hi, everyone.
I'm about to take the TEAS, and I got most of the math right on my practice tests, but this one is throwing me:
(x2+4x+4)(x26x+9)
Those are supposed to be x squared, by the way.
My ATI book for the TEAS V says the answer is 10x5, but I can only get 2x5. Is the book wrong? Or am I really doing this problem wrong?
I'd appreciate any help anyone could give me!
Thanks!
Distribute the negative in the second half and add subtract like terms:
x^2 + 4x +4 x^2 + 6x  9
4x + 4 + 6x  9
10x  5 
Nov 29, '10Ah! I see now! So silly! Thank you Mike! Just a momentary brain lapse, I think!
I really appreciate your time! Thank you!!! 

Nov 29, '10Quote from susurraYou're welcome. Good luck on that TEAS!Ah! I see now! So silly! Thank you Mike! Just a momentary brain lapse, I think!
I really appreciate your time! Thank you!!!