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Combine like terms. What is a simpler form of each expression? 9c – 6d + 4c – 3d

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  1. ajprincess Group Title
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    Do u knw wat r like terms?

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  2. Nieta Group Title
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    Yes, but I don't understand how to combine them.

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  3. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    you just put the things that are the same together, like 9c and 4c+6d and 3d..

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  4. ajprincess Group Title
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    what do u get when u add 9c and 4c?

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  5. Nieta Group Title
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    So it would be (9c-4c)+(6d-3d) ? O.o

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  6. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    your answer would be would be 13c+9c

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  7. Nieta Group Title
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    I don understand

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  8. Nieta Group Title
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    *dont

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  9. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    no thats a step, you have to add the numbers, I was just showing you what it means to combin like terms

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  10. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    ill do the whole equation out for you

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  11. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    your problem is- 9c-6d+4c-3d then you will do this- 13c+9d because you added the two numbers with c together to get 13 then you added the two numbers with d together to get 9d... understand now?

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  12. Nieta Group Title
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    So the subtraction signs are there for no reason ??

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  13. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    its just there for the equation...

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  14. ajprincess Group Title
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    it will be 13c-9d @barrelracer23

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  15. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    when you combine like terms your just putting the things that are the same together..

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  16. Nieta Group Title
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    I understand :) thanks

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  17. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    thats what i meant sorry im typing fast

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    Glad to help:)

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