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Q: What is the LCM of 4a and 6a?

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6a + (7b - 4a - 8b) = (6a - 4a) + (7b - 8b) = 2a - b

4a+8a = 12a 12a divided by 2 = 6a

6a - 8 - 4a - 2 → 6a - 4a - 8 - 2 → 2a - 10

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21a - 6a

4a-2 = 2

2a*3 = 8+4a 6a = 8+4a 6a-4a = 8 2a = 8 a = 4

10a-37=6a+51 -6a -6a subtract 6a from both sides and the 6a's cancel 4a-37=51 +37 +37 4a=88 /4 /4 a=22

Add them together: 3a+4a-a = 6a

2a-6a+9-4a+9

If you mean -2a+6a then it simplifies to 4a

If you mean: -10(-6a-4)-9(2+4a) then it is 24a+22 simplified

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