Q: How do you factorise 8p 10?

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2p+10 = 8p-14 2p-8p = -14-10 -6p = -24 p = 4

8p+4=6p+10 8p-6p=2p 10+4=14 2p=14 p=7

To find 10% of something, you simply move the decimal point two places to the left.So 80 becomes 0.8Therefore your answer is 8p.To find the newly reduced price, you subtract 8p from 80p.80p - 8p = 72p

-8p + 3 = -29 8p - 3 = 29 8p = 29 + 3 8p = 32 p = 32/8 p = 4

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2p+10 = 8p-14 2p-8p = -14-10 -6p = -24 p = 4

8p+4=6p+10 8p-6p=2p 10+4=14 2p=14 p=7

8p+2=4p-10 8p-4p=-2-10 4p=-12 p=-12/4 =-3

algebra8p +4 = 10 +6p+8p - 6p = +10 - 42p = 6p = 3

8 - 8p 10 - 3p Like terms: 8p - 3p = 5p 5p - 8 = 10 + 8 +8 ----------------- 5p = 18 --- ---- 5p 5p Answer = 3.6 Nice job moron.

To find 10% of something, you simply move the decimal point two places to the left.So 80 becomes 0.8Therefore your answer is 8p.To find the newly reduced price, you subtract 8p from 80p.80p - 8p = 72p

If you mean: 2x+10 then it is 2(x+5)

Yes, you can and it becomes:(x+10)(x-10)

-8p + 3 = -29 8p - 3 = 29 8p = 29 + 3 8p = 32 p = 32/8 p = 4

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-8 = -8p + 4Add 8p to each side:8p - 8 = 4Add 8 to each side:8p = 12Divide each side by 8:p = 1.5

8e=8p