5th Grade Math

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I need help in using the distributive property to rewrite this expression: (7 x 600) + (7 x 400) and then multiply.

  • 5th Grade Math -

    Since there are zeros in the tens and ones columns,

    (7 * 600 + 7 * 0 + 7 * 0) + (7 * 400 + 7 * 0 +7 * 0) =
    4200 + 2800 = 7000

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