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Simplify 7t · s · 3rt. 10rst 10rst2 21rst2
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Asked 10/2/2012 6:20:54 AM
Updated 7/13/2015 3:56:48 AM
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User: Simplify 7t · s · 3rt. 10rst 10rst2 21rst2

Weegy: 7t · s · 3rt = 21rst^2
kingdom22|Points 791|

User: What is the expression for "the difference between four times a number and three times that number"? 4(3 - N) 4N - 3N 3N - 4N

Weegy: 4N - 3N the expression for "the difference between four times a number and three times that number".
jasonmroquero|Points 250|

User: Simplify 8 - (-5) - 4(-7). -63 -15 41 68

Weegy: 8 - (-5) - 4(-7)
= 8 + 5 + 28
= 13 + 28
= 41
shifa saleheen|Points 9855|

User: Simplify -|-7 + 4|. -11 -3 3 11

Weegy: -|-7 + 4|
= -|-3|
= -(3)
= -3
andreninpad|Points 35|

User: Perform the indicated operation. 14 - (-10) 4 -4 24 -24

User: Simplify 8 - {x - (5 + x)}. 3 13 -2x + 3 -2x + 13

User: How many terms are in the expression shown below? a2 - ab + 8b + b2 - 1 2 3 4 5

Weegy: There are 5 terms in the expression a2 - ab + 8b + b2 - 1.
smp0784|Points 3871|

User: Simplify (7)(-6). -42 -13 1 42

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Updated 7/13/2015 3:56:48 AM
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14 - (-10)
= 14 + 10
= 24
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8 - {x - (5 + x)}
= 8 - {x - 5 - x}
= 8 - (-5)
= 8 + 5
= 13
Added 7/13/2015 2:40:33 AM
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Confirmed by Andrew. [7/13/2015 3:57:28 AM]
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(7)*(-6)
= -42
Added 7/13/2015 2:40:51 AM
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