Posted by **tawana** on Tuesday, December 5, 2006 at 9:03pm.

7a+[4a-6b-(8a+2b)]

ok so you would get this

7a+[4a-6b-8a-2b]<--- distribute the negative

therefore

7a-4a-8b

3a-8b<---solution

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