Posted by **Graciela** on Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at 7:53pm.

8(x+2)-4x +7 I need help!

multiply the parenthsis

8x + 16-4x +7

then combine the x terms, and combine the number terms.

the answer to this problem is 4x+23

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