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posted by sam .
7 – 4(x + y) + 2(x – 3y)
A 7 – 2x – 7y
B.7 – 2x – 10y(*)
C.7 + 2x – 7y
d.7 + 2x – 10y
i think its be im not aure can some one check my ansswer

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Ms. Sue
Yes. B is correct.
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