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Simplify the expression. 3(2y - 8) - 2y(5 - y) -2y 2 + 16y - 24 -5y - 8 2y 2 - 4y - 24 2y 2 + 16y - 24
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Asked 11/14/2014 10:40:59 AM
Updated 11/15/2014 2:30:08 AM
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User: Simplify the expression. 3(2y - 8) - 2y(5 - y) -2y 2 + 16y - 24 -5y - 8 2y 2 - 4y - 24 2y 2 + 16y - 24

Weegy: 3(2y - 8) - 2y(5 - y)
= 6y - 24 - 10y + 2y^2
= 2y^2 - 4y - 24


User: Find the product. (n + 7)(n - 2) n² - 5n - 14 n² + 5n - 14 n² - 5n + 14

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(n + 7)(n - 2)
= n^2 + 7n - 2n - 14
= n^2 + 5n - 14
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