How would I multiply these expression? 6(h-4) -3(x+8) -10(-a+5) PLease and thank-You Multiply the coefficient (outside the parentheses) by each term inside the parentheses. For example, 6(h-4) = 6h - 24 You do the others do you have
A.use the distributive property to write an expression that is equivalent -3(x + - 8) if the coefficient of the variable is increased by 10, what would the new expression be after you apply the distributive property?
Are these correct? a1=(-3x1)2 +4=13 a2=(-3x2)2+4-40 a3=(-3x3)2+4=85 a4=(-3x4)2+4=148 a5=(-3x4)2+4=229 a6=(-3x4)2+4=328 The first six terms of the sequence are 13, 40, 85, 148, 229, 328 I keep coming up with these answers but there
Write an algebraic expression that requires each of the following properties of real numbers to simplify, in the order given: the Distributive Property, the Associative Property of Addition, the Commutative Property of Addition, and …
Name the property of real numbers for -2(x+4)=-2x-8 associative property of multiplication communitive property of addition distributive property associate property of addition my answer is distributive property
Can someone please help me? I have to turn in this homework really soon and I'm only stuck on this last question. "Describe how you would use the distributive property to simplify 39 x 5" I don't know how Distributive property works