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how do you use the distributive law to multiply.
9(3y + 6z + 7)

Weegy: The Distributive Law, one of the basic laws of algebra, says: a(b+c)=ab+ac. This is handy for simplifying, by getting rid of parentheses; therefore, 9(3y + 6z + 7) would be 9x3y+9x6z+9x7. (More)

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how do you simplify 28/91 as a fraction in lowest terms?

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It's 4/13. All you have to do is divide top and bottom by the GCF, which was 7.

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