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Simplify the following expression: 3(3z - 4 ) - (20 z - 5) Answer: a. 11 z - 7 b. 11z + 17 c. - 11z - 7 d. - 11z - 17 e. - 51z + 3

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  1. anonymous
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    hi

  2. anonymous
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    I will try to help

  3. anonymous
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    so first thing, remember your order of operations

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    ok thanx

  5. toxicsugar22
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    hi monkeybone can u help me aftter her

  6. anonymous
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    PEMDAS

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    sure

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    thanks

  9. anonymous
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    So we have to first multiply

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    We cannot add anything inside the parenthesis, nor do we have to worry about exponents

  11. anonymous
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    So when you multiply, you will get new terms

  12. anonymous
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    Now, we have to remember that we can only add/subtract like terms.

  13. anonymous
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    We add our constants with our constants, and our Z terms with our Z terms.

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    Do you understand?

  15. anonymous
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    no u would have to show me

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    okay,

  17. anonymous
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    thanx

  18. anonymous
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  19. anonymous
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    click on the link

  20. toxicsugar22
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    monkeybone now will u help me

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