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Use the associative law of addition to write an equivalent expression for a+(bc+2)=

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2a(b+c) Might work.

• algebra -

Sorry, in general,
a+(bc+2) ≠ 2a(b+c)

However,
a+(bc+2)
=(a+bc)+2
=(a+2)+bc

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3-2*(4-3y)+8y=

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