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narissa

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please help me

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  1. narissa
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  2. narissa
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    @TayTay23

  3. triciaal
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    under means less

  4. narissa
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    ok

  5. triciaal
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    over means more

  6. triciaal
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    one beats the other by a certain amount means find the difference

  7. narissa
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    so 6 under then,3 then 1 then 6 over

  8. narissa
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    so w,f,d,c right?

  9. triciaal
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    to use the distributive property multiply what is in front of the parenthesis by each term inside

  10. narissa
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    k im not sure but 3x+4y+3x-y-4x?

  11. triciaal
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    W F D C is correct

  12. narissa
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    k but what about showing each step part?

  13. triciaal
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    |dw:1444265014315:dw|

  14. narissa
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    ok so 3*x +3*y?

  15. triciaal
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    watch your signs yes that is how you distribute

  16. narissa
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    k do i have to fill all those lines in

  17. narissa
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    what do i do next this is complicated

  18. triciaal
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    reorder to collect like terms remember the review what property when you just switch the order?

  19. narissa
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    distributive

  20. narissa
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    3x+3x?

  21. triciaal
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    slow down and read carefully

  22. narissa
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    3x+3x+4x

  23. narissa
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    -4x

  24. narissa
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    so the first line is 3*x+4*y?

  25. triciaal
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    |dw:1444265533328:dw|

  26. triciaal
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    follow the example

  27. narissa
    • one year ago
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    k im trying

  28. narissa
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    what the last thing?

  29. narissa
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    so far i have 3x+4y+3x+3y-4x distributive then,3x+3x-4x+4y+3y communitive

  30. narissa
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  31. narissa
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    last would be 2x +1y?

  32. narissa
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  33. triciaal
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    yes 2x + y is correct

  34. narissa
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    am i doing something wrong?

  35. narissa
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    oh yes hanks so thats the three steps i put in the boxes right?

  36. narissa
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    how do i show associative or i dont?

  37. narissa
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    thats all i have to do?

  38. triciaal
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    you could put a parenthesis to show the x's separated from the y's

  39. narissa
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    for associative?

  40. triciaal
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    commutative basically rearranging the order associative which ones you group/associate together

  41. triciaal
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  42. narissa
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    associative put (3x+3x-4x)=(4y+3y) yeah?

  43. triciaal
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    not equal a plus

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