Q: Simplify the expression: 2(a -3) + 4b - 2(a -b -3) + 5

A: 2(a -3) + 4b - 2(a -b -3) + 5 = 2a - 6 + 4b - 2a + 2b + 6 - 5; = 6b + 5

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2(a -3) + 4b - 2(a -b -3) + 5

= 2a - 6 + 4b - 2a + 2b + 6 - 5;

= 6b + 5

= 2a - 6 + 4b - 2a + 2b + 6 - 5;

= 6b + 5

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