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Write an expression that looks like Sarah’s expression: 5(2j + 3 + j). Replace the coefficients so that your expression is not equivalent. You may use any number that you choose to replace the coefficients. Be sure to leave the variables the same. For example, 8(3j + 7 + 3j) looks like Sarah’s expression but is not equivalent.
Translate the algebraic expression you created in Question 1 to a verbal expression.

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Use your knowledge of the mathematical properties to create two equivalent algebraic expressions for the algebraic expression you created in Question 1. Explain how you arrived at the equivalent expressions by showing all your steps and stating which properties you used.
Use substitution to prove your algebraic expressions are equivalent. You may substitute any number for the variables you choose. Show all your work for complete credit.

- anonymous

Write a few sentences to end Sarah’s story. How many shark teeth did she find? How many shark teeth did John find? How much money did Sarah earn?

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- pooja195

^dumb user

- anonymous

@pooja XD

- anonymous

idiots

- pooja195

Learn to spell

- anonymous

turtle i should for sure listen to pooja over you.

- anonymous

oh right.. task at hand.

- anonymous

all the top comments in my question the top two i think are part of the question

- anonymous

yeah top two comments

- anonymous

Its ok he wont be spamming anymore hes gone for 24 hours :)

- anonymous

oh ok :D

- anonymous

@pooja195 any chance you could lend me a hand with this question?

- pooja195

actually this isnt that hard :/
5(2j + 3 + j)
make something that looks similar to this using any numbers

- anonymous

there is more to it
look at the second and third comment

- UsukiDoll

the terms with the j can be combined @pooja195

- pooja195

@UsukiDoll look at their example

- pooja195

@FlamePlaysMC can you try to create something similar to
5(2j + 3 +j )?

- UsukiDoll

mhm... suppose I just combine.
5(2j + 3 + j).
5(3j+3)
when 5 is distributed.... we have 15j+15
had I left the example untouched and just distributed the 5
10j+15+5j

- pooja195

That helpes with part 3

- UsukiDoll

hmmm.... it's like I had
(5 x 2)j + (5 x 3) +(5x1)j
like the five times table only out of order.

- pooja195

that makes it look so much more confusing

- pooja195

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