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andriod09

If 5(2x-7)=10x-35, wouldn't the 5(2x be 10x^2?

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    u see|dw:1347980553649:dw|

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    |dw:1347980669403:dw|

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    |dw:1347980753224:dw|

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    |dw:1347980782777:dw|

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    that's same as multiply like u write 5x2=10 (5 times 2=10) but also u can use that for multiply when u don't want to mistake that for x

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    but 5(2X)=10X where does the * come from? 5*2*X=10X 5*2X=10

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    that's the same 5x=5*x it doesn't really matter....what i wanted to say is that u multiply the number with the number and then with x

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    ohh. okay. Thanks then!

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    your welcome :)

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