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(14d+16+24d)-11+2(3d-2)
Please help or give formula.

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    no formula needed here, just collect all like terms

    (14d+16+24d)-11+2(3d-2)
    = 14d + 16 + 24d - 11 + 6d - 4
    = 44d + 1

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