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for each of these expressions, apply the distributive property and the other number properties to write and simplify an equivalent expression. the question will be on the inside :)

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    1. \[\frac{ 2a + 5 }{ 5 } 2. \[10\left(\begin{matrix}2a +5 \\ 5\end{matrix}\right)\]

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    Isn't number 1 already simplified? For number 2, you do 10/5 which is 2. then multiply 2 to (2a+5) and you get 4a+10

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    \[2a\left(\begin{matrix}2a+5 \\ 5\end{matrix}\right)\]

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    Oh ok then multiply 2a to (2a+5) which equals 4a^2+10a then divide that all by 5 you can separate this into 2 fractions [(4a^2)/5]+(10a/5) you can simplify the second fraction by doing 10/5 [(4a^2)/5]+2a

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    ok :) after that you'll get the answer??

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    that is the simplified answer\[\frac{ 4a^{2} }{ 5 }+2a\]

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    ok :D \[2\left(\begin{matrix}2a^2+5+8 \\ 5a\end{matrix}\right)\]

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    simplify the numerator and you get (2a^2+13). multiply 2 to the numerator and you get \[4a^{2}+26\] now divide that by 5a\[\frac{ 4a^{2}+26 }{ 5 }\]

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    |dw:1354168762721:dw|

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    are you finding the area?

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    yes

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