prealgebra(algebra)
posted by Stacy .
I'm not sure if I have the correct answer to this problem...All I have to do is use the Distributive Property to write each expression as an equivalent algebraic expression.
Here is the problem:
b(c+3d)
Is the answer:
bc+3bd

That's it! You're just distributing b to (c+3d).

oh tysm some of these problems I don't understand because we are just now learning them but i am in the advanced math class

I might need more help i am still working on my homework

ok.

correct!

tysm
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