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Raeee_009 Group Title

-(2x-6) expand brackets

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  1. Praja_01 Group Title
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    -1(2x-6)

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  2. Rosh007 Group Title
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    Using Distributive property you can do it.. Multiplication by minus sign here means multiplication by -1./.. so according to distributive property a*(x+y)=a*x+a*y also -1*-1 = 1 -1 * 1 = -1 1*1 = 1 ie -ve multiplied by -ve = +ve +ve multiplied by -ve = -ve -ve multiplied by +ve = -ve +ve multiplied by +ve = +ve hope now you can do it now by yourself

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  3. Rosh007 Group Title
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    Here * means Multiplication

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    that is a*b = c means a is multiplied by b and the answer is c

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  5. Praja_01 Group Title
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    on multiplying -ve with -ve, u get +ve. -ve*+ve gives _ve.

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    @Raeee_009 are you following?

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    dont understand any of that

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  8. Rosh007 Group Title
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    ok..Let us start from the beginning... expand bracket means multiplying the terms outside the bracket with the terms inside.. that is for example 1.expand bracket a*(x+y) means multiply 'a' with the terms inside the bracket You understand that??

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  9. Raeee_009 Group Title
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    yeah

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  10. Rosh007 Group Title
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    well good.. so what are the terms inside the bracket in a*(x+y) ?

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  11. sagarrobo Group Title
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    6-2X

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  12. Raeee_009 Group Title
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    axy?

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  13. Rosh007 Group Title
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    @Raeee_009 is it .. axy?? Here if we want to find the term inside bracket of blow question s*(t) inside the bracket term means the term inside the symbols ( ) here the term is side the symbol is 't' the term outside the bracket means the term outside the symbol ( ) here the term outside that symbol is s... understood?

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    so if that is the case can you tell me so what is the term inside the bracket in a*(y) ?

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    let me try with a diagram : |dw:1354020400786:dw|

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    @Raeee_009 You get what I am trying to say?

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  17. Raeee_009 Group Title
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    kind of /: but not fully can you do an example with actual numbers

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  18. Rosh007 Group Title
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    ok... 2*(5+3) this means we have to multiply the term outside the bracket (here 2) with terms inside the bracket (5+3) what this means is that we have to multiply 5 by 2 and 3 by 2 and have to add the result that is 2*(5+3) = 2*5 +2*3 = 10 + 6 = 16 you got this

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  19. Rosh007 Group Title
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    By looking the diagram that @hartnn posted may facilitate your learning

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    @Raeee_009 understood?

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  21. Raeee_009 Group Title
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    yeah i understand that

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  22. Rosh007 Group Title
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    well.. good can you solve this then? expand bracket 2*(2+6)

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  23. Raeee_009 Group Title
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    2*2=4 and 2*6=12 so 4+12

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    thats correct :)

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