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Q: Simplify the expression 2a -3 plus 4b - 2a -b -3 plus 5?

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2a + 4b

2a-3+4b-2a-b-2a-b-3+5 Can be simplified to: 3b-1

2a + 4b - 52a + 4b - 52a + 4b - 52a + 4b - 5

1a+3b 2a+4b=3a +7b

2a-3+4b-2a-b-3+5=3b-1

Change the order to make it more obvious: 3a - a + 2b + 4b 2a + 6b or 2 (a + 3b).

2a-4b = -2

2a-6a-a=b+4b-4b -5a=5b-4b -5a=1b a=-5 b=1

2a*4b*(-3c) = ? 2 * 4 * -3 * a * b * c = ? -24abc

2(a + 4b)

9a + 3b - 11a - 4b = -2a -b

5a + 4b - 3a =(5a - 3a) + 4b =2a + 4b =2 (a + 2b)

4b

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It is: 4b+6

Do this: write it out 2 |2a + 4b + 8 Now what divides into all the numbers? ---------------- a + 2b + 4 answer is 2(a+2b+4)

20a2b2

3a + 4b - 5 - 1a + 7b + 3 - 1b 2a + 10b - 5 + 3 2a + 10b - 2

6a²b - 12ab²

It is: 7b+4b-1b = 10b when simplified

4b - 1 = -4 + 4b + 3first, simplify and add together what you can.4b - 1 = -1 + 4b4b = 4bbecause 4b is always equal to 4b, the answer is infinite.

It is: 4b+16 simplified

There are two terms.

2a(3a - 4b + 1)

2a + 4b + 8c = 2(a + 2b + 4c) You could also continue by factoring the inside of the parentheses a bit: 2a + 4b + 8c = 2(a + 2b + 4c) = 2(a + 2[b + 2c])