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WILL FAN AND MEDALLL PLZZZ HELP!! Which expression is equivalent to 12a + 8? A) 4(3a + 2) B) 4(3a + 8) C)6(6a + 2) D)6(6a + 8)

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  1. anonymous
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    @taylorz115820

  2. anonymous
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    Ok

  3. anonymous
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    So 1st what do you do?

  4. anonymous
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    Multiply? @taylorz115820

  5. anonymous
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    No

  6. anonymous
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    Try again

  7. anonymous
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    Add? @taylorz115820

  8. anonymous
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    No try again

  9. anonymous
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    idk @taylorz115820

  10. anonymous
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    Look for a GCF(Greatest common factor)

  11. anonymous
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    12a @taylorz115820

  12. anonymous
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    No try again a GCF is something you can pull out of everything

  13. anonymous
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    8 @taylorz115820

  14. anonymous
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    Nope try again its something you can take away from everything evenly

  15. anonymous
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    Is it in the problem @taylorz115820

  16. anonymous
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    Yes

  17. anonymous
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    4? @taylorz115820

  18. anonymous
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    YESSSSSS

  19. anonymous
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    Now what do you do with the 4?

  20. anonymous
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    U do distributive property? @taylorz115820

  21. anonymous
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    NO you don't distribute you would divide everything by 4 does that make sense?

  22. anonymous
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    Once you divide everything by 4 tell me what you get

  23. anonymous
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    3 and 2 would the answer be A? @taylorz115820

  24. anonymous
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    Don't forget about the a the a is important but yes it would be 4(3a +2) Letter A

  25. anonymous
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    make sense now?

  26. anonymous
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    Thanks can u help me with 1 more? @taylorz115820

  27. anonymous
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    Sure

  28. anonymous
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    Sasha wants to buy some dresses over the Internet. Each dress costs $7.15 and has a shipping cost of $9.95 per order. If Sasha wants to spend no more than $60 for her dresses, which inequality shows the maximum number of dresses, p, that she can buy? A) 9.95 − 7.15p ≤ 60, so p ≤ 4 B) 9.95p + 7.15p ≤ 60, so p ≤ 5 C) 9.95p − 7.15p ≤ 60, so p ≤ 6 D)9.95 + 7.15p ≤ 60, so p ≤ 7

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    @taylorz115820

  30. anonymous
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    hmmm

  31. anonymous
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    Is it hard? @taylorz115820

  32. anonymous
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    I jus don't remember how to do this I am thinking though

  33. anonymous
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    I am pretty sure it is D

  34. anonymous
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    Because every dress you pay for and then you pay the shipping once so you add that to the subtotal of dresses but that can't be greater than 60

  35. anonymous
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    Okay thanks :) @taylorz115820

  36. anonymous
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    Np

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