It is 2a-b simplified
ab * -b = -ab^-2
b+c^2 There is no way to simplify that.
You cannot simplify them. If they are negative they have to stay negative.
You can't simplify that any more.
1/a = 1/b: cross multiplying gives a = b
It is: 4b+6
You can not. That is already simplest form.
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yes you can simplify a mixed number b but only if the numerator and denominator can be divided
It is: b+4 when simplified
It is simply subtraction of the whole number from one hundredth of the percent: that is, A% - B = A/100 - B or (100*A - B)/100. It may be possible to simplify the answer.
According to the Law of Absorption, A+(A*B) = A. Boolean B is "absorbed" by A.Similarly, A*(A+B) = A.
There is an ambiguity whether you square the sum of a plus b, or only b. In any case, I don't think you can simplify this expression.
For the equation A/B = C/D. Multiply both sides by B: A*B/B = C*B/D, then multiply both sides by D: A*B*D/B = C*B*D/D, then simplify (the B's cancel and the D's cancel): A*D = C*B