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what is an example of the distributive property?

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  1. jazzylj Group Title
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    2(x+2)...distribute the 2 on the outside to each term on the inside

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    |dw:1349823687167:dw|

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    2 ( 2 + 5) |dw:1349823716316:dw|

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    so is it kinda like this: 5(6+7) then wht would i do?

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    you multiply 5 with 6, and 5 with 7

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    multiply 5x6 and add 5x7

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    ^ Exactly then add them together

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    |dw:1349823850766:dw|

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  9. bakonloverk Group Title
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    oh so then it would look like 5(6+7)=5x6 5x7

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    yes

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    yea, it would look like 5(6) + 5(7)

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    so...30+35= ?

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    oh ok thank you!!!

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