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Simplify.Remove grouping symbols and combine like terms. B) 6x-3(x-2y)

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    Jenny508, try applying the same concept from the previous problem I answered for you and you will be able to figure this guy out. ^_^

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    3X-6Y

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    Exactly! :D You got it!

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    Lol :-)

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    The only thing is that you should be careful of your signs What is a negative multiplied by a negative?

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    Sorry for speaking so quickly, there is a very small error in your answer...think about the question about the product of two negatives above and revise your answer

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    3x+2y

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    You're on the right track. For the x terms, we get 6x-3x, which is equal to 3x For the y terms we get -3*-2y, which would equal 6, but is that six positive or negative?

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    3x+6y

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    or 3x-6y

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    Right, its one of those two answers. In this case, since you are multiplying two negatives (3 and 2) the result will be positive 6. So the answer 3x+6y would be the correct one in this case.

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    oh okay thanks!

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    np!

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