Algebra 4th grade

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Evaluate each expression for x = 3

2x x (3x) + 5

  • Algebra 4th grade -

    Rather than using "x" to indicate muliplication in algebra, it is better to use "*" to avoid confusion.

    This is what I assume you meant:

    2x/6 * 3x + 5

    You can reduce the first fraction to x/3.

    Put 3 in place of each x and solve.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

  • Algebra 4th grade -

    what is the equivalent fraction for 25 mulitiply 5

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