# How do you multiply #\frac { 1} { k + 7} \cdot \frac { 8k + 8} { k + 1}#?

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To multiply (\frac{1}{k + 7} \cdot \frac{8k + 8}{k + 1}), you multiply the numerators together and the denominators together:

[\frac{1}{k + 7} \cdot \frac{8k + 8}{k + 1} = \frac{1 \cdot (8k + 8)}{(k + 7) \cdot (k + 1)}]

Now, simplify the expression:

[\frac{8k + 8}{(k + 7)(k + 1)}]

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