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How do you solve -5(a-2)-2

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    The quick solution: -5a+8

    The long solution: We first distribute the "-5" to the terms inside the parentheses and get "-5a+10". With the parentheses gone, we can combine "+10" and "-2" to get "+8". We finally get the solution "-5a+8".

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