Math 8R: Homework Check  Part 2
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Part 2: Simplify by combining like terms and using the distributive property
11. 3x + 5x Answer: 8x
12. 3x + 5y  2x + 8, Answer: 1x + 5y + 8
13. 9 + 5m + 6b  2m  4, Answer: 3m + 5 + 6b
14. 3ab + 6c  ab + 10  2c, Answer: 2ab + 4c + 10
15. 6(m+3), Answer: 6m + 18
16. 8(x2). Answer: 8x  16
17. 2x + 6x  5, Answer: 4x  5
18. 2(x+5)  x + 4, Answer: 1x + 4
19. 5x + 6(2x  3), Answer: 17x  18
20. 7r + 9r  3, Answer: 16r  3
Please check to see if my answers are correct. Thank You! :)
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