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Q: Do you simplify while using the distributive property to write an expression?

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2f + 10 in distributive property

It cannot be, unless you use extremely complicated fractions.

(8.10) (8.9)

(510)+(55)

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An expression equal to 15 + 35, using distributive property, is 5(3 + 7). Under distributive property, 5*3=15 and 5*7=35.

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In the most general sense, "simplify" means to replace an expression with an equivalent expression that is simpler. For example, 2x + 3x can be simplified as 5x (using the distributive property); x5x7 can be simplified as x12 (you may add exponents if the base is the same), etc.

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2f + 10 in distributive property

None whatsoever. You might find the distributive property useful when trying to calculate 39*74. Of course, if you are familiar with the 39 times table or the 74 times table, the distributive property is a complete waste of time! But somehow I doubt that level of arithmetic competence.

It cannot be, unless you use extremely complicated fractions.

In the most general sense, "simplify" means to replace an expression with an equivalent expression that is simpler. For example, 2x + 3x can be simplified as 5x (using the distributive property); x5x7 can be simplified as x12 (you may add exponents if the base is the same), etc.

It is: 4(x+y+z)

(8.10) (8.9)

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