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how to solve 2[5a-3(4a-b)]-4[8b+5(a-2b)]

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    there's nothing to solve
    If you want to simplify the expression, then it comes out

    2[5a-3(4a-b)]-4[8b+5(a-2b)]
    2[5a-(12a-3b)]-4[8b+(5a-10b)]
    2[5a - 12a + 3b] - 4[8b + 5a - 10b]
    2[-7a+3b]-4[5a-2b]
    -14a+6b-20a+8b
    -34a+14b

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