fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below? 8(4x - 4) 8x - 8 32x - 32 32x + 32 8x - 4
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  • chestercat
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Ac3
  • Ac3
Distribute and you will get your answer. 32x-32
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
ok
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below? (5x + 16) + 7 5x + (16 - 7) 5x + (16 + 7) 21x + 7 (5 + 16)(x + 7)

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fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
this one
Ac3
  • Ac3
8(4x-4) is the original expression correct?
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
what about this
Ac3
  • Ac3
Which is the original?
Ac3
  • Ac3
The top?
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
no this
Ac3
  • Ac3
which?
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below? (5x + 16) + 7 5x + (16 - 7) 5x + (16 + 7) 21x + 7 (5 + 16)(x + 7)
Ac3
  • Ac3
1st and 3rd are equivalent
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
help
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below? 9(4x + 8) - 6 36x + 18 36x + 72 36x + 2 36x + 66
anonymous
  • anonymous
Have you tried working this out on your own? Distribute the 9 to 4x + 8, then subtract the 6. Follow your order of operations.
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
yes but it hard and if i don't get this done i'll fail and my dad will spank me
anonymous
  • anonymous
What did you get for your answer?
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
i think it b
anonymous
  • anonymous
Close. Don't forget to subtract the 6 at the end.
fantasywolfpack
  • fantasywolfpack
can u teach me what it is i don't know and i don't want to fail
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure. Follow your order of operations, PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponent, Multiply/Divide, Add/Subtract). Starting with parantheses, we see that we cannot simplify (4x+8) any further. The next thing on the list that we can do is multiply. Whenever we multiply across an expression with two terms, we must distribute. AKA: 9(4x+8) = 36x+72 We multiply each term by that number (in this case 9). But we're not done yet. We still have that 6 that we must subtract. 36x + 72 - 6 = 36x + 66

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