Posted by Ty on .
Use the distributive property to find the product.
( 28 + 10) × 2

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bobpursley,
and your thinking is...?

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Ty,
its half way here... I was actually checking to see if I had it right. but i got 38x2 or 38 squared

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Ms. Sue,
The way your problem reads, it's 38 times 2 or 38 * 2.
If it were squared, it would look like this: 38^2 
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Shanon,
Correct me if I'm wrong
( 28 + 10) × 2
38 × 2
= 76 
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bobpursley,
You are correct, Shannon. Go to the head of the class.