C minus B equals AB
No, A+B is left as A+B AB would be A x B
If you do not assume that "plus" is commutative, all that can be said that it is equal to A plus B.
That factors to (a + 1)(a + b) a = -1, -b b = -a
a= 2, b = 3 (or vice-versa)
A = 1, B = 9
ab=1a+1b a is equal to either 0 or two, and b is equal to a
An exothermic chemical reaction.
to solve ab=c+a for a:Divide both sides by b, so:a= (c+a)/b
If, as is normal, ab represents a times b, etc then ab + ab + cc = 2ab + c2 which is generally not the same as abc.
i think its ABC and if that not right ask a teacher for the answer
between A and B
Difficult to tell when you cannot use parentheses. a*(b+c) or a(b+c) = ab + ac This is known as the distributive property of multiplication over addition.
yes because ab plus bc is ac
a/b = 1 so a = b. Then a b = q implies that a = b = q/2 So ab = (q/2)*(q/2) = q2/4
The existence of the additive inverse (of ab).
If B is homozygous (AB, BB): AB or B is possible. If B is heterozygous (AB, iB): A, B, or AB is possible.
For a baby with AB blood type : both parents should be AB. or one is AB and the other is B. or one is A and the other is B.
This expression can be factored. ab + 3a + b2 + 3b = a(b + 3) + b(b + 3) = (a + b)(b + 3)