Q: 4p plus 9 plus -7p plus 2 equals?

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4p + 9 - 7p + 2 4p - 7p + 9 + 2 p(4 - 7) + 9 + 2 -3p + 11

4p + 9 + (-7p) + 2 = 4p - 7p + 9 + 2 = -3p + 11

11p+11

Collect like terms together: 4p + 9 + 7p + 2 = (4p + 7p) + (9 + 2) = (4 + 7)p + 11 = 11p + 11 = 11(p + 1)

It is: 11p+11 simplified

7p + 2 = 5p + 8 7p - 5p = 8 - 2 2p = 6 p = 3

4p+2 = 3p-7 4p-3p = -7-2 p = -9

p = -1

If you mean: 7p-3p+4-2 = 2p-1+10 => 4p+2 = 2p+9 => 2p = 7 Therefore: p = 7/2 => p = 3.5

8p+2=4p-10 8p-4p=-2-10 4p=-12 p=-12/4 =-3

4p + 6 = 2 4p = -4 (subtracting 6 from both sides) p = -1 (dividing both sides by 4)

Look at it this way: If p = 1, then 7p = 7. What plus 7 equals -3? Adding 7 to -10 would equal -3, so all we have to figure out is what times 5 would equal -10. 5 times -2 would equal -10 so q equals -2.

7p+2 is an algebraic expression. Since it is neither an equation nor an equality, it cannot have a solution or answer.

If 3p-5=9-4pthen 3p+4p=9+5=14then 7p=14and p=14/7so p=2Proof:(3 x 2)-5=19-(4 x 2)=1

7p+5q=-3, p=1 7Xp+5q=-3 7+5q=-3 5p=-10 p=-2

-3+4p-2p=1 -3+2p=1 2p=4 p=2

3p + 4p +10 = 5p + 2 Subtracting 5p from both sides: 3p + 4p - 5p + 10 = 5p + 2 - 5p ie 2p + 10 = 2 Subtract 10 from both sides: 2p + 10 - 10 = 2 - 10 ie 2p = -8 Divide both sides by 2: p = -4

2(2p + 5q)

11-3p

p+2 = 2-3p p+3p = 2-2 4p = 0 p = 0

4(7p + 3q - 2)

it is -7p + 32: exactly as in the question!

You use Plus as a symbol in Maths. Example, 2 Plus 2 equals 4. Or in symbols it would be 2+2=4. __________________________ Plus = + Equals = = (Equals equals =)

(4p - 1)(3q - 2)

7+5q = -3 5q = -3-7 5q =-10 q = -2

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