I have to use the Distributive Property to rewrite (5×600)+(5×400)
Can you help me?
- December 6,2017
Angie Godoy

asked by Angie
  1. (5*600) + (5*400) = 5(600+400) = 5*1000 = 5,000.

    Note: Our first step was to factor out the 5, because it is common to both terms.

    posted by Henry

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