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Emily778
let f(x)=-2x+4 and g(x)=-6x-7. find f(x)-g(x)
-2x+4-(-6x-7) Can you further simplify this expression?
Well start with the basic ideas. what is 6-(-5)?
inb4 he spoonfeeds you the answer and gets the medal
subtracting a negative makes it positive\[-2x+4-(-6x-7)=-2x+4--6x--7\] if you want to visualize it like that. 2 -s become a +
I need to be spoon fed. I'm just a baby, bibby.
I don't always get talked into roleplay this easily babe
literally just replace the two minuses with a plus sign and then simplify the expression lol
Um.. Wow. I wasn't roleplaying, pervert.
It's called comedy. Settle down and bear with me if you want me to do your homework dear
Um, I wasn't asking you to do my homework @bibby
You're failing at basic pattern matching. You're not responding to my math. You're asking me to do your homework.\[−2x+4−−6x−−7\] \[−2x+4+6x+7\]simplify that ^
If you are going to be rude, you can go away or I can get a moderator involved.
Get a moderator involved. I'm not here to do your homework. I've given you the answer. Go tag every last moderator you can.
Alrighty than. Go away now. :)
add the x's and add the units