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Q: What is 4p -p- p- p plus 2p?

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You can combine like terms of p to get 6p. If you are given what p equals you can solve for the completely numerical answer.

3p + 4p +10 = 5p + 2 Subtracting 5p from both sides: 3p + 4p - 5p + 10 = 5p + 2 - 5p ie 2p + 10 = 2 Subtract 10 from both sides: 2p + 10 - 10 = 2 - 10 ie 2p = -8 Divide both sides by 2: p = -4

2(2p + 5q)

It equals 2p because p+p=2p.

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-3+4p-2p=1 -3+2p=1 2p=4 p=2

6

You can combine like terms of p to get 6p. If you are given what p equals you can solve for the completely numerical answer.

If you mean: 7p-3p+4-2 = 2p-1+10 => 4p+2 = 2p+9 => 2p = 7 Therefore: p = 7/2 => p = 3.5

3p + 4p +10 = 5p + 2 Subtracting 5p from both sides: 3p + 4p - 5p + 10 = 5p + 2 - 5p ie 2p + 10 = 2 Subtract 10 from both sides: 2p + 10 - 10 = 2 - 10 ie 2p = -8 Divide both sides by 2: p = -4

2(2p + 5q)

4 times p or 4p

p + 22q2

It equals 2p because p+p=2p.

4p+1 = 10 4p = 10-1 4p = 9 p = 2.25

Unfortunately, limitations of the browser used by Answers.com means that we cannot see most symbols. It is therefore impossible to give a proper answer to your question. Please resubmit your question spelling out the symbols as "plus", "minus", "equals". My guess - and it is a guess, is 6*(p + 2) - 2p = 6p + 12 - 2p = 4p + 12 where the + is missing throughout. But it could be 6*(p - 2) - 2p = 6p - 12 - 2p = 4p - 12 where most of the - are missing.

The answer to the question is: (2p+1)(2p+81) for Equation 4p^2+164p+81 P.S ^ is exponent

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