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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])

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6(a + b)+8(c)

14(a + b + c)

It is because ''a ,b ,c'' cannot be added, divided and subtracted

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