anonymous
  • anonymous
Identify which distributive property problem below would help you solve the following scenario: Your English class has 34 students. You would like to treat the class to cookies. You would like each person to have 3 cookies. Which expression would help you figure out how many cookies you would need to bake? 3(34 + 3) 3(20 − 4) 3(34 − 3) 3(30 + 4)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow what a weird question, why in the world would you use the distributive property for something like this? So 34 students, 3 cookies each. 3(34) Of the options you are given, is there one that looks equivalent to 3(34), but written a little differently?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3(30 + 4)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(20-4)=(16)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
? So it would be 3(20 - 4)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! Can you help me with this one too? Use the distributive property to simplify the expression below: one over four (g − 12) one over four (g − 3) one over four (g − 12) one over four (g − 4) one over four (g + 3)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I guess I could've just put 1/4 lol :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol

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