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name the algerbraic property of -4(x + 3) = -4x - 12

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distributive

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@03225186213 I know there isn't much explanation or much to teach on this type of question but you could at least say why you said it was distributive so the asker knows what to look for next time.
it's a distributive law say that 4(3+2)=4*3+4*2
This is distributive property: <3(lol + hehe) = <3 * lol + <3 * hehe
Anything works...\[\rm \large \heartsuit (\clubsuit + \spadesuit) = \heartsuit\clubsuit + \heartsuit\spadesuit\]
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