a times 2 equals 2a
No. 2a is one thing, 3b is another. If you add them together, they become 2a + 3b. 5ab indicates that multiplication has taken place. 5 times a times b = 5ab
A + 2a = 3a
2a + a = 3a
3a + 2a = 5a
2A plus 3B times 2A - 3B = 4A2 - 9B2; this is an example of the general formula (a + b)(a - b) = a2 - b2.
In order for the formula 3 - 2a = 7 to be solved, the value 2a must equal -4, because 3 - (- 4) = 7. Therefore, a must equal - 2.
Since the question is 3(2a), then just write it out. 3(2a) is 2a+2a+2a or 6a.
a + a = 2a
The answer is 2a because of the two a's equal 2a
2a + 5a + 3a = 10a
If you mean 2a times a and a is a variable, the answer would be 2a2.
Algebraically, a times 2 is 2a.
(2A/A)+6 is equal to eight. 2A/A leaves one with 2, since the As cancel out and 2 and 6 is eight.
52 times 2a = 104a
2a+2b+3a+3b+a+b= 6a+6b 2a+3a+a=6a 2b+3b+b=6b
yes! emphatically yes!
2a*4b*(-3c) = ? 2 * 4 * -3 * a * b * c = ? -24abc
this is an expression. if you let it equal something you can find (a)2a + 8 = 4a = -2or you could do2a + 8 = 106a = 49It is 2a + 8.
It is: (2*3)+5 = 11
7a + 10 = 2a 7a = 2a -10 5a = -10 a = -2