Combine like terms.
You can combine like terms - combine the terms that have a "t" in them; separately, combine the terms that don't.
You combine like terms.
To simplify an equation is to combine like terms, but you do not solve it for example: simplify 3X+4-X-6 2X-2
If you multiplied all the terms by y2, you could simplify this to -3y3.
12t + 15
To combine all like terms on both sides and reduce it to its simplest form
You multiply out brackets, remove common factors from fractions, combine like terms.
-x-6-(-11x) + (-1) Remove the brackets: -x-6+11x-1 Collect and simplify like terms: 10x-7 A - - is equal to a +
x equals negative b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus 4bc over 2a
It is a quadratic expression which can be factored to (7b+9)(8b-7) after dividing all terms by 2
you have to combine like terms so its 4x-824. just simplify it.
Use your identity to write the numerator in terms of tangent.
it means to put together the terms that have the same variable. so if you had the equation: 2x+4y+5x it would simplify to 7x+4y because you would combine to the two x-variables.
simplify means to get an expression to its simplest form (a.k.a. combine like terms, add together constants) i.e. x + x + 5 + 3 simplified is 2x + 8
Combine all like terms. Divide through by any non-zero common factors.
Combine like terms. 6x - 2y +7.
They are terms of an expression because without an equality sign it is not an equation.
2 - 8x - x + 4 Combine numeric terms: -8x - x + 6 Combine x terms: -9x + 6 or 6 - 9x If you want, pull out common terms: 3(-3x + 2) or -3(3x - 2)
Combine like terms to give 3n + 2
It is: 4k-10+7-7k combines to -3k-3
Divide all terms by 3 gives: x2-5-14 and when factored gives: (x+2)(x-7)