Q: What is 2a plus 4 times 3?

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3+2*A+B*4/2-4 = 3 + 2A + 2B - 4 = 2A + 2B - 1

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2a + 3a + 4 = 5a + 4

I think you mean 3 times 4...?

2a + 3b

(2a - 3)(3a - 4)

-4 + 2A = 12 - 15A + A-4 + 2A = 12 - 16A2A = 12 - 16A + 42A = 16 - 16AA = 8 - 8A

(5a+8) - (2a+4) =3a +4 To do this, simply subtract like terms. 5a-2a=3a and 8-4=4

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

It is: (2a+3)(3a+4) when factored

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2a -3 means 2 times a minus 3 if a = 2 we have 2 x 2 - 3 = 4 - 3 = 1

7a + 4 = 5a + 7 7a = 5a + 3 2a = 3 a = 3/2

9 plus 16=25 3 squared is the same as 3 times three and 4 squared is the same as 4 times 4 3 times 3 + 4 times 4 9 plus 16 = 25

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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.

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-2a + 5 = 1 -2a = -5 + 1 -2a = -4 a = -4/-2 a = 2

3+4=7 then times what ever number it is and their is your answer.

3 times 4 times 9 plus 4 minus (3 times 4)

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