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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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@taylorz115820

- anonymous

Ok

- anonymous

So 1st what do you do?

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Multiply? @taylorz115820

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No

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Try again

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Add? @taylorz115820

- anonymous

No try again

- anonymous

idk @taylorz115820

- anonymous

Look for a GCF(Greatest common factor)

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12a @taylorz115820

- anonymous

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

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8 @taylorz115820

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Is it in the problem @taylorz115820

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Yes

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4? @taylorz115820

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YESSSSSS

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Now what do you do with the 4?

- anonymous

U do distributive property? @taylorz115820

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Once you divide everything by 4 tell me what you get

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3 and 2 would the answer be A? @taylorz115820

- anonymous

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

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make sense now?

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Thanks can u help me with 1 more? @taylorz115820

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Sure

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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

- anonymous

hmmm

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Is it hard? @taylorz115820

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

I am pretty sure it is D

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Okay thanks :) @taylorz115820

- anonymous

Np

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