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posted by Shivangi .
the equation is :  (2x + 3)(4 + x).
Using the distributive property, my friend got the answer 7  3x. I have been fiddling with this problem for 3 hours and don't understand how he got this answer. Can someone please thoroughly explain this to me?
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