7th grade math
posted by Lauren .
Which expression has the same value as
−−3⋅5?
a. −3⋅(−5)
b. 3⋅5
c. −3⋅5
d. −(−3⋅5)

3 = 3
5 = 5
so, that gives 3⋅5
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