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Homework Help: Math 8R - Help!!!!!!!!

Posted by Laruen on Friday, November 23, 2012 at 4:34pm.

The expression 2(8a to the 2nd power + a - 1) + 3(a + 3) is equivalent to

a) 16a to the 2nd power + 5a + 7

b) 40a to the 2nd power + 10a + 10

c) 10a to the 2nd power + 5a + 7

d) 48a to the 2nd power + 12a + 12

please help!!!!!!!

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