7th grade math

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can you anwser this question for me okay the problem is x+4(x+3)

  • 7th grade math -

    i would say 2x+7 or 7+2x

  • 7th grade math -

    x+4(x+3)
    = x + 4x + 12
    = 5x + 12

  • 7th grade math -

    x + 4 (x + 3)

    This is not a FOIL situation.

    You must first clear the parentheses.

    4 times x = 4x

    4 times 3 = 12

    We now have:

    x + 4x + 12

    Combine like terms is our next step.

    x + 4x = 5x

    Final answer:

    5x + 12

    Done!

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