Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 5:16pm.

Which statement is true for the expression 6a + 15b − 4a − 8c?

Answer

A. It can be written as 6a + 15b − 8c − 4a by using addition property of equality.

B. It can be written as 6a − 4a + 15b − 8c by using distributive property of addition.

C.It can be written as 6a + 15b − 8c − 4a by using distributive property of addition.

D.It can be written as 6a − 4a + 15b − 8c by using commutative property of addition.

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