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multiply. -5(4 y +3) =____,(simplify do not factor)
-5(4 y +3) = 20y-15 Solution : -5(4 y +3) =((-5))(4y+3) =(-5)(4y)+(-5)(3) = 20y-15
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-5(4 y +3) = 20y-15

Solution :
-5(4 y +3)
=((-5))(4y+3)
=(-5)(4y)+(-5)(3)
= 20y-15
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