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If I were to explain these steps in words, how would I do it? I'm not very good with evaluating expressions verbally. I would like some help, please and thank you
5(6) + 5(5)
30 + 25
 55
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If I were to explain these steps in words, how would I do it? I'm not very good with evaluating expressions verbally. I would like some help, please and thank you 5(6) + 5(5) 30 + 25  55
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five times negative six plus five times negative five
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k.rajabhishekBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
we get negative thirty plus negative twenty five
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cheyennekmBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
The original problem is 5a + 5b; a= –6, b = –5 I'm doing a step by step problem. For the first step, 5(6)+5(5) I said "first you substitute a and b with number values."
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