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*help requested* *fan and medal awarded* Simplify 6(3u - 2). 9u - 12 18u - 12 18u + 12 18u - 2 Evaluate: -4 - (-6) 2 -10 -2 24 If A = {negative even integers} and B = {negative odd integers}, what is A union B? {0} {negative integers} {integers} { }

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1) Distributive property. a(b + c) = ab + ac 6(3u - 2) = 18u - 12
2) Two negatives equal a positive. So... -4 - (-6) -4 + 6 Can you solve that^

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No. Try looking at a number line. |dw:1357145795949:dw|
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Add 6 |dw:1357145916074:dw|
3) Union is a combination of all the numbers in all sets. So, B) {negative integers}
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