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7C MINUS bracket open c plus 2 bracket close equals 7c minus c minus 2 equals 6c minus 2

Q: What is the algebric answer to this 7C minus open bracket C plus 2 close bracket?

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-(3x-4) = -3x + 4

(2a - 5). Take the value of a. Double it to get 2a Take away (subtract 5) to get 2a - 5

sounds like 21: (7 x 2) is 14, plus 7 is 21

x(x-1)(x-1)FOIL SIMPLIFY TIMES EVERYTHING IN THE BRACKETS BY X i will let you work it out

( ) is a<x<b, ( ] is a<x<=b, [ ) is a<=x<b, [ ] is a<=x<=b. If there is no [ or solid bracket then there isn't a filled in dot, meaning that that number is not included. There is only a filled in dot when there is a solid bracket.

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-(3x-4) = -3x + 4

2(2*4-5)+6 = 12

(2a - 5). Take the value of a. Double it to get 2a Take away (subtract 5) to get 2a - 5

(x-2)(x+2)= x2+2x-2x-4= x2-4

you first solve the inside of the bracket and then do the inside answer with the outside numbers.

2(2*1) = 2(2) = 4

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sure... I bet lots of people can simplify this... How 'bout 5x sq -15

Ten multiplied by open bracket, two point five plus thirteen point five, close bracket.

I think I'm answering my own quezstion here but hey. Am I right in saying that (x+0)(x+1) Factorises to x2+ x? I think I am.

Try integration by parts, (twice, I think) with u=(x+1) and dv/dx=cosx

sounds like 21: (7 x 2) is 14, plus 7 is 21