In math evaluating is where you simplify an expression as much as possible. For example to evaluate 5+2 you simplify it so it is 7. To evaluate 5x+3x+4y you simplify it to 8x+4y.
The simplify of 2 times 2 take away 2 equals 2. This is a math problem.
You can't. Math is not an algebraic expression. Simplifying an equation, however, can take multiple forms. Sometimes simplify simply means to solve an equation. Other times, it can mean to bring an equation into a standard form, such as with line equations, or quadratic equations.
A math expression is a collection of math terms
The answer depends on the form of the radical expression.
What does it mean to simplify an algebraic expression?It means to take the problem to the lowest point you can take it to.
a variable expression in math is a symbol that is in a sentence
You have not told us what expression you wish to simplify.
The answer depends on what expression you do have and for what kind of shape!
It is easier to work with simplified radicals just as it is easier to work with simplified fractions. A fundamental rule for math is to simplify whenever possible, as much as possible.
Simplifying 13 plus 12 times 5 equals 125. This is considered a math problem.
you use a mathematical formula ...
The simplest form of 2 times 2 take 2 equals 2. his is taught in math class.
To simplify an expression you must combine the variables and the constants. Then write the simplified version of the expression so that the expression isn't solved, just simplified. 1a+2(a+5)=2a+7
to simplify!!* * * * *No. It is to EVALUATE.
Like Terms and Variables
No. An expression cannot be solved.
in math terms reduce means to simplify
to simplify an expression means to take all the like terms and make them one. for example if the expression is 2x+5x+1x-4 , you would simplify it by adding 2x,5x,&1x because they are all alike... it would become 8x-4