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Homework Help: maths algebra

Posted by nicky on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at 3:31pm.

3a-2(2a+4)


3a-2(2a + 4)
you multiply the parenthesis by -2, giving you
3a -4a -8
combine like terms
-a-8

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