lostandconfused1
Someone walk though simplifying this problem?



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Harkirat
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where's the prob???

lostandconfused1
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\[(t7+3y)  (2y+t)\]

Kris5
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Okay so you're going to distribute the  sign to (2y+t)

Kris5
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therefore multiplying with 1

lostandconfused1
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So it would be 2+yt. How do I fit that with the rest of the equation?

Kris5
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yes :)

Kris5
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okay so the equation will now be t7+3y2+yt

lostandconfused1
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So the equation is t7+3y2+y+t? :)

Kris5
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yes good job :) now you're going to combine like terms

Kris5
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t7+3y2+yt like this

lostandconfused1
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Ahhh! Thank you! I wasn't sure if that was right or not. :)

Kris5
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okay no problem :) just combine like terms and you'll get your answer