Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

10 Questions  I  By Dtullo on October 5, 2008
Combine like terms and use the order of operations to simplify algebraic expressions.

  
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1.  3x + 1 + 8x + 9
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2.  2x + 5y - 7x + 8y
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3.  4(x + 8) - 9
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4.  (7 - 2g)(-6) + 3g
5.  -3(x + y) + 5(x - y)
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6.  A + b = b + a is an example of the property called ______________________________________________________________________
7.  9( x + 3) = 9(x) + (9)(3) is an example of what property? ____________________________________________________
8.  What number is known as the multiplicative identity? ____________________
9.  0 • x = _____________
10.  Ab(c) = (ab)c is an example of what property? __________________________________
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