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Simplify 3(2x - 5). -6x - 15 6x - 15 6x - 8 5x - 2
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User: Simplify 3(2x - 5). -6x - 15 6x - 15 6x - 8 5x - 2

Weegy: 4(5x - 6) - 4(2x + 1) is equal to 12x-28.
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4(5x - 6) - 4(2x + 1);
20x-24-8x-4;
20x-8x-24-4;
12x-28



User: Simplify 3(2x - 5). -6x - 15 6x - 15 6x - 8 5x - 2

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= 6x - 15
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