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Evaluate. Let z = 6. http://static.k12.com/bank_packages/files/media/mathml_10bd192cc8b4826b59fe64a630b506aa5f4e6e09_1.gif Enter the answer in lowest terms. please help

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Simplify it first.
\[\large \frac{(7 \times 6)~-~(3 \times 6) + (6)}{(2 \times 6)+((4 \times 6)+2)}\]

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30/312
10/8
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5/2 ?
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Ohh ok now it makes sense thank you
thanks for asking :)
Your FIRST impulse should always be to simplify expressions algebraically.
Algebra can be your friend, if you work at it :-)
Alright, i'll remember that ! thank you :)
You are very welcome.
So the answer is 5/2??

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