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Simplify -2[9 - (x + 7)]. -32 - x -4 - x -4 + 2x -32 + 2x
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(5b)(-3a) = -15ab
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Simplify 3x + (-12x) - 5x.
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3x + (-12x) - 5x = 3x - 12x - 5x = -9x - 5x = - 14x
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How many terms are in the expression 5m2 - mn + 4n + 7? 2 3 4
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Simplify (s)(-3st)(-).
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Evaluate a2 + b for a =1/2 and b = -1/2.
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When a =1/2 and b = -1/2,
a^2 + b = (1/2)^2 + (-1/2) = 1/4 - 1/2 = - 1/4
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21 + 4(3^2 - 5) = 21 + 4(9 - 5) = 21+ 16 = 37
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The following expression that has 3 terms is: 8x + y - z.
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