We can combine the like terms. So the b2 can be combined with the 2b2 to give 3b2. Likewise the 3b plus the -5b gives -2b.Therefore, b2 + 3b - 5b + 2b2 = 3b2 - 2b.
5b + 5b = 2 x 5b
Put the bs on the same side of equal sign then put the other numbers on the different side getting 3b=-4 then u divide by 3 to get b=-4/3
What integers add to -8 and multiply to 15? Sounds like -3 and -5, so: (a - 3b)(a - 5b)
8b + 11 - 3b = 2b + 2 5b + 11 = 2b + 2 5b - 2b = 2 - 11 3b = -9 b = -3
3a - 2b
No. 7b - 2b = 5b
It is an expression that can be simplified to: 3a-2b+c
20a plus 14 will be 34a minus 8a minus 7 34a minus 8 is 26a minus 7 is 19a. The single b is 1b plus 6b which is 7b minus 2b equals 5b.
Collect the terms in a, then the terms in b, getting 6a - 3a + 2b + 5b which simplifies to 3a + 7b. Gettit?
3a - 2b
5b plus 5-3b-7 is 2b-2.
It is: 7b+10 simplified