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What do you want done with this??
trying to simplify. I think it is 5x but my daughter is not happy with that!!
Well you're daughter should be happy with you<3 YOu are 100% correct<3 Source:(myself) and http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=5x%2B6-6&dataset=&equal=Submit
oooh thats frodo.... lol
Yeah it is<3 I really like him.
ok thank you. but now she needs more convincing! the original equation is 2(x+3)+3(x-2)
Okay I'll right it down<3 Did you put it into wolfram alpha at all?
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=2%28x%2B3%29%2B3%28x-2%29&dataset=&equal=Submit This website is great for easier math questions<3
this is all new to me. I don't know what wolfram is but i will search it!
This is Wolfram Alpha http://www.wolframalpha.com/ It helps alot if you want to see a graph of an equation or you need help simplifing something<3
thanks for wolfram alpha tip :)
You're welcome<3 I don't mean to sound rude but could you possibly medal my answer?
Oh thank you! I'm always glad to help if have another question<3
what about this one, xy+x2+yx+y2 (2= squared) :)
Yep sure let me write it down....
Actually you can put this on Wolfram Alpha too<3 To put exponents you just add a "^" before the nummber on Wolfram. So, for example, this: 6^2 is six squared. http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=xy%2Bx%5E2%2Byx%2By%5E2&dataset=&equal=Submit
oh thank you very much :)
You're welcome<3 I love to help.
|dw:1347475211556:dw| this should help convince your daughter
thank you but i already have the answer to this question do you know this one? xy+x^2+yx+y^2
I'll message you the answer.
Combine like terms only xy and yx are the same. It is important in math to understand the process, as your child studies higher levels of math the foundation or basics will be needed. This is a good website to come to talk about math and verify solutions. Good study skills is what helps students succeed in college....