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Write in simpliest form: -8(1.2c-3.3d)

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  1. Shane_B
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    Do you know how to distribute the -8 to both terms?

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    Here:\[(-8)(1.2c)+(-8)(-3.3d)\]Now just multiply that out...it's that easy :)

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    I got 9.6c-26.4d can someone tell me what I did wrong? because its wrong..

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  4. Shane_B
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    You got both of your signs backwards. Do you know your sign rules?

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    (-)(-)=+ (-)(+)=- (+)(+)=+

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    I'm more confused..

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    Translation of what Shane said: A negative times a negative = a positive A positive times a negative = a negative A positive times a positive = a positive

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    -9.6c+26.4d?

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  9. Wired
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    Yes

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    Thanks @Shane_B and @Wired

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