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Use the distributive property to simplify the expression below: one over four(g − 12) one over fourg − 3 one over fourg − 12 one over fourg − 4 one over fourg +

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Multiply both g and -12 by 1/4, this is what the distributive property is about.

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\[\frac 14 ( g-12)\] According to Distributive property \[A(B+C)=A\times B +A\times C\] \[\frac 14 (g-12)\]\[=\frac 1 4\times g- \frac 14 \times 12\] Now would simplify this?
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This is the simplest term possible. Note that how A is "distributed" to B and C.
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1/4 simplified is 0.25 so 0.25(g-12)|dw:1349870901919:dw|
i put down 1/4g-12 before tht right
no. you have to use distributive property on both sides.
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