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how do you simplify these two expressions?

2(m^2+1)

3(m^2+1)-(m^2+1)

  • algebra -

    multiple 2 into the brackets then solve for m

  • algebra -

    The first one is simplified enough already, but can also be written as
    2 m^2 + 2.

    The second one can be simplified as
    2(m^2 + 1)

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