Q: How many terms are in 6a plus 9b plus 15?

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There are 3 terms in the given expression of 6a+9b+15

3

3(6a + 5) + 30 18a + 15 + 30 18a + 45

-24 = 6a - 15 - 5aCollect the "a" terms:-24 = a - 15Add 15 to both sides:-9 = aSo a = -9.

a+6a+a=8a

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There are 3 terms in the given expression of 6a+9b+15

3

6

3(6a + 5) + 30 18a + 15 + 30 18a + 45

-24 = 6a - 15 - 5aCollect the "a" terms:-24 = a - 15Add 15 to both sides:-9 = aSo a = -9.

a+6a+a=8a

6a + 5a = -11 Combining like terms: 11a = -11 Dividing by 11: a = -1

6a plus 18b = 24

6a

Divide by 6a: 6a(a + 3b)

6ax2 + 6ax + 6a = 6a(x2 + x + 1)

98a + 5 + 6a = 104a + 5