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Simplify. If m = –6, evaluate –m. A. 0 B. –6 C. 6 D. 12
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User: Simplify. If m = –6, evaluate –m. A. 0 B. –6 C. 6 D. 12

Weegy: If d = 3, -d = 3
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User: Simplify. 3 – [–(–1)] A. 2 B. –4 C. 4 D. –2

Weegy: that's not possible! what do you need to know. [s]
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User: Simplify. 3 – [–(–1)] A. 2 B. –4 C. 4 D. –2

Weegy: that's not possible! what do you need to know. [s]
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User: Simplify. 3 – [–(–1)]

Weegy: that's not possible! what do you need to know. [s]
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User: 3 – [–(–1)]

Weegy: Can you please finish your question.
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User: can you simplify 3 – [–(–1)] ?

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If m = –6,
–m = -(-6) = 6
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3 – [–(–1)] = 3 - (1) = 2
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