cheddarskittles
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Show work? 5(p + 3) + 9=3(p - 2) +12
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zzr0ck3r
  • zzr0ck3r
first distribute the 5 on the left, and the 3 on the right and then show me what you got.
cheddarskittles
  • cheddarskittles
I...Honestly I cant because I'm asking for a friend...
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anonymous
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5(p+3)+9=3(p-2)+12 distribute all the ( ) first so what you do is 5*p and 5*3 you do the same on the other side as well 3*p and 3*-2 Remember that multiplying with a negative and a positive will make the answer a negative. after that you will add the remaining numbers then subtract the p on both sides and then divide the number with the p and you will get your result
anonymous
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if there is anything confusing you tell me so i can help more :)
cheddarskittles
  • cheddarskittles
Ok I'll tell them. thank you
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no problem :)

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