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Q: Multiply x plus 3 times x-5?

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No. It simplifies to a monomial.

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you multiply 2 plus 3 than 23 times 3

"3 times" 3 * "the quantity" ( something ) "2 plus a" 2 + a. Now combine. "Three times the quantity 2 plus a" 3*(2+a) multiply 2 and a by 3. (distribute) 6 + 3a

No. It simplifies to a monomial.

356,433,300

That would depend entirely on what the tax rate is. Just multiply your figure times 1 plus whatever the decimal equivalent of your tax percentage is. If the tax is 8 percent, multiply 12.10 times 1.08. If the tax is 7 and 3/4, multiply 12.10 times 1.0775

You have mentioned '7' three times in the question.This is a tip-off that you could multiply 7 "times" 3 and get 21.

You have to multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the answer will be 15 square feet.

1/4(x5) + 3/5(x4) + 3/4(x5) 5/20 + 12/20 + 15/20 = 32/20 =8/5 OR 1 3/5 (one and three fifths)

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If you have negetive 7 and you multiply it by 3 you are just adding negetive 7 three times so it remains negetive