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An expression is shown below: 3(m + 5 + 9m) Part A: Write two expressions that are equivalent to the given expression. (3 points) Part B: Show that one of your expressions in Part A is equivalent to the given expression using algebraic properties. Explain which properties you used. (4 points) Part C: Show that your other expression from Part A is equivalent to the given expression by substituting a number for m. (3 points) Part A: Part B: Part C:

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  1. anonymous
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    @mathmath333

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    @pleasehelp10

  3. anonymous
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    can someone plz helppp

  4. muscrat123
    • one year ago
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    yes???

  5. anonymous
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    @Jaynator495

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    @Jaynator495

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    Still need help?

  8. anonymous
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    yes plz

  9. muscrat123
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    can u delete my name from the ? ?

  10. anonymous
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    For Part A, distribute the 3 to all of the terms in the parentheses

  11. anonymous
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    And it will be your 1st expression

  12. anonymous
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    OH and don't forget to combine like terms

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Well I think you should just write 3m+5+9m and 12m+5

  14. anonymous
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    so the answer will be

  15. anonymous
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    ???

  16. anonymous
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    Those 2 expressions I typed are the answers for Part A

  17. anonymous
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    Part B: Use the addition property to combine like terms

  18. anonymous
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    thats the answer for pt a

  19. anonymous
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    3m+5+9m and 12m+5

  20. anonymous
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    Yes

  21. anonymous
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    how about pt b and pt c

  22. anonymous
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    Use the addition property for Part B

  23. anonymous
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    And choose one of the expressions to show that

  24. anonymous
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    i do not understand

  25. anonymous
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    And for Part C, substitute 1 for m into the other equation to show that both equations are the same

  26. anonymous
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    OH HOLD ON A SECOND I'M SORRY FOR PART A, IT'S 3M+5+27M AND 30M+5

  27. anonymous
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    YOU USE THE DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY TO GET FROM THE ORIGINAL TO 3M+5+27M

  28. anonymous
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    For Part C, use 1 for m in each equation. It'll be like 3(1+5+9(1))

  29. anonymous
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    I have to go I'm sorry I hope I helped

  30. anonymous
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    i just needed the answeer to pt b

  31. anonymous
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    plz i just want the answer for pt b

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