Christian_10_
  • Christian_10_
Simplify: 3u + 7v + 4u – 2v Help??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
7u+5v
mathstudent55
  • mathstudent55
Combine like terms.
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ok, Great thank you both!

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anonymous
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welcome :)
mathstudent55
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Like terms are terms with the same variables. Terms with u are like terms. They can be added or subtracted together. Terms with v are like terms. They can be added or subtracted together. A term with v and a term with u are not like terms because of the different variables and cannot be added or subtracted together. \(3u + 7v + 4u – 2v =\) \(3u + 4u + 7v - 2v \) \(7u + 5v\) Also notice that the sign of a term, + or -, is the sign before it. Notice the last term of the original expression is -2v.
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yw

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