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help me to sole these problem please,

multiply -2(X-3)

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  1. When you have paranthesis, you must distribute (multiply whatever is outside the paranthesis to each part inside the paranthesis). -2x+6

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  2. thanks jenn
    how do u simply 12/36 can u pls tell me how to get to answer

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  3. To simplify 12/36, divide both numerator and denominator by 12.

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