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Use the distributive property to help solve the equation.

8(w-4)=-32
w =

  • algebra -

    The distributive property of multiplication over addition helps us remove parentheses from expressions. For example,
    5(x-2y) = 5*x - 5*2y
    So for your example,
    8(w-4) = -32 becomes
    8w - 8*4 = -32
    can you finish the problem?

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    I get w=-24

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