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Simplify -4x - x.
-5x
-4x
-3x

Weegy: Simplifying
-4x + -1x + -5x + -4x + -3x
Combine like terms: -4x + -1x = -5x
-5x + -5x + -4x + -3x
Combine like terms: -5x + -5x = -10x
-10x + -4x + -3x
Combine like terms: -10x + -4x = -14x
-14x + -3x
Combine like terms: -14x + -3x = -17x
-17x User: Simplify 5x + 2x + 7x.
14x3
(14x)3
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Updated 16 days ago|8/16/2014 4:10:57 PM

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6(A + 2) + 5A

Weegy: Answer is 11A+12 Solution: 6(A + 2) + 5A 6A+12+5A 11A+12 User: 7(B + 3) + 2B Weegy: 7(B + 3) + 2B = 7B + 21 + 2B = 9B + 21 or 3(3B + 7) User: 8(C + 10) + 20 User: 5(x + 2) - 6 Weegy: | x - 1 | = 5 ===>
x - 1 = 5 or x - 1 = -5 through which we can get x = 6 or x = -4
User: 8(R + 6) - 2R User: 8(X + 6) - 2X User: 18 - 2[x + (x - 5)] Weegy: | x - 1 | = 5 ===>
x - 1 = 5 or x - 1 = -5 through which we can get x = 6 or x = ... (More)

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Updated 60 days ago|7/3/2014 9:06:10 AM

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18 - 2[x + (x - 5)]

= 18 - 2(x + x - 5)

= 18 - 2(2x - 5)

= 18 - 4x + 10

= 28 - 4x

= 18 - 2(x + x - 5)

= 18 - 2(2x - 5)

= 18 - 4x + 10

= 28 - 4x

Added 60 days ago|7/3/2014 9:06:10 AM

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Pauses used as punctuation can confuse the listener and should be avoided.
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False User: Using unfamiliar vocabulary and sentence structure increases listener interest by stimulating new and interesting thought patterns.
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False

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