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12 + 3(2y – 3), I got 15.. is that right?

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  1. surdawi Group Title
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    12 + 3(2y – 3) what do you want? is this question complete?

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  2. gaara438125 Group Title
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    I'm guessing she's solving for Y and setting it equal to 0 if so, then no it's not 15

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  3. Rebecca* Group Title
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    I just need to solve the whole problem.

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    12 + 3(2y – 3), is it set to equal something like 12 + 3(2y – 3) =0?

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  5. gaara438125 Group Title
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    well, are you simplifying it, or solving for y?

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    Simplifying it:)

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  7. surdawi Group Title
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    distribute the 3 in 3(2y – 3)

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    but dont i multiply the 3 by the 2.. since the (3) is not (3y)

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  9. surdawi Group Title
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    12 + 3(2y – 3) |dw:1352131924584:dw|

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  10. gaara438125 Group Title
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    you can multiply 3 by 2y because it's multiplication, NOT addition or subtraction.

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    |dw:1352139163776:dw|

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  12. Rebecca* Group Title
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    oh! Thank you guys!!!!! So much!!:)

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  13. surdawi Group Title
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    5 bucks :P

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  14. Rebecca* Group Title
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    ahaha, can i give you guys both medals?

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  15. gaara438125 Group Title
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    nah, but @surdawi don't deserve any, he's not nice to anyone. lol jk bro :P

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    hahaha

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    ahahahah!!! lol! Thanks:)

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