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jenny508

  • one year ago

Simplify.Remove grouping symbols and combine like terms. B) -3(x+3y)+2(2x+y)

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  1. General_Gustav
    • one year ago
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    First, I would take the coefficients -3 and 2 and apply them to each term (x+3y) and (2x+y), respectively This gives -3x-9y+4x+2y Combining like terms will give: x-7y This is because you are taking the coefficients from x and summing them and doing the same for the y coefficients. Treat each variable(x, y, xz, x^{2}, etc...) as their own "group" and add compute their coeffcients, then reapply the variable to them.

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    • one year ago
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    Thanks for your help

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