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posted by Madison .
Algebra is new this year. When my problem looks like this: n(10n). I know I have to multiply 10xn, but after that do I add or multliply my answer by n?

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Yes, after you take care of the operation within the parentheses, then you take care of the ones outside.
Remember PEMDAS:
http://www.mathsisfun.com/operationorderpemdas.html
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