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6(x − 2) double arrow 6x − 12

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  1. cathyangs
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    Double arrow? What are you asking us to do?

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  2. mikala
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    to show how they are alike using distributive propertys

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    ok, so then why did you post this? What do you need help with?

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    how do i tell if there are alike or not?

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    \[6(x − 2) \Longleftrightarrow 6x − 12\] ?

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  6. cathyangs
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    Just use the distributive property on the left hand side...and you're done.

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    never mind i figuerd it out but thanks any way

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    how did you @mikala

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