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Q: How would you evaluate 15k when k equals 3?

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3 6

2*3*4 = 24

(3 * 3)(2 * 5) (9)(10) 90

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(7 x 7) - (5 x 3)

-1/3,1/3and 5/3

2b=6squared, and 6x6=36

Take 3 and substitute into the expression given to you but not mentioned in the question here and evaluate the expression. "Sub and Solve" I say.

6 + 12 - 5 = 13

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just put in the numberssinze x = 3 and y = 2then(4*3*2) - (3) = 21

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3x + 7 = 3(-3) + 7= -9 + 7= -2

Replace the y with a 3. 16 x 3 + 9 = 57

The GCF is 3.

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Its evaluation is: (4*5)+(7*3) = 41

The second would suggest that x equals the string "=3".

pq-r, if p is 3, q is 4, and r is -6 is equal to 3 x 4 - (-6), which is equal to 12 + 6, which is equal to 18.

(t-7)/w = (-3-7)/-2 = -10/-2 = +5 ( minus over minus = plus)

2xy*9 if x=3 and y = 2 2(3)(2)*9 12*9 108 You substitute x and y for their equivalent (3 and 2) then simply multiply 2*x*y, then multiply the answer of that by 9.

2b + 3 b = 12 . 27 since the beginning is 2 x 12, which equals 24, and then you have to add the extra 3.

When two characters are next to each other (like p6) this means multiplication. Therefore it can be written as p x 6. If you substitute p for 3 you have 3 x 6 which equals 18.

a=-2 4b=-2 --> b=-1/2 c=8 (-2)(-1/2)(8)(3)= 24

It's 3, what's to evaluate?