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Can someone help me please. Simplify by using the distributive property. -13(7m-6n+8p) -13(7m-6n+8p)=

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Im still confuse
In distributive property, you multiply things.

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Like in this case, -13 will muliply with 7m then -13 will muliply with -6n then -13 will muliply with 8p
-91m+-78n+-104 is this how I would right the answer
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-91m+78n-104= -117
NO. You cannot add the terms with different variables.
oh ok. i get it. Can you help me with one more problem please
Sure bro.
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try it.
=-28x+8y-36
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Perfect.
Thanks for helping me. you made everythging much easier for me now. I am able too do distributive property now
Lovely. -Cheers!

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