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Answer updated on: 10 Sep 2019

-10 + 2k

The expression can be written as -1(10 - 2k). -1 x 10 = -10, -1 x -2k = 2k (A negative number multiplyed by a negative number will equal a positive number). This gives us the answer -10 + 2k.

The expression can be written as -1(10 - 2k). -1 x 10 = -10, -1 x -2k = 2k (A negative number multiplyed by a negative number will equal a positive number). This gives us the answer -10 + 2k.

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Answer updated on: 17 Jul 2019

-3 -2m

You can change the question so it reads -1(3+2m). -1 x 3 = -3 and -1 x 2m = -2m. This gives us the answer -3 -2m

You can change the question so it reads -1(3+2m). -1 x 3 = -3 and -1 x 2m = -2m. This gives us the answer -3 -2m

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Answer updated on: 03 Mar 2019

P - 5 over 8

The denominators are the same, so we are able to subtract the two, but since they are not like terms we leave it as p -5 over 8.

The denominators are the same, so we are able to subtract the two, but since they are not like terms we leave it as p -5 over 8.

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Answer updated on: 20 Oct 2018

3k

When dividing, the algebraic expression is usually written as a fraction. This would be written as 33kjp over 11pj. You can instantly see that 33 ÷ 11 is 3, and the p and j cancel each other out. This leaves us with 3k.

When dividing, the algebraic expression is usually written as a fraction. This would be written as 33kjp over 11pj. You can instantly see that 33 ÷ 11 is 3, and the p and j cancel each other out. This leaves us with 3k.

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Answer updated on: 09 Oct 2018

28k

Using BODMAS, you multiply 5k by six, equalling 30k. 30k minus 2k = 28k.

Using BODMAS, you multiply 5k by six, equalling 30k. 30k minus 2k = 28k.

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Answer updated on: 09 May 2018

28k

Using BODMAS, you multiply 5k by six, equalling 30k. 30k minus 2k = 28k.

Using BODMAS, you multiply 5k by six, equalling 30k. 30k minus 2k = 28k.

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Answer updated on: 08 May 2018

3 (k + 2)

First you find the highest common factor, which is 3. You then factorise by using the previous questions explanation.

First you find the highest common factor, which is 3. You then factorise by using the previous questions explanation.

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Answer updated on: 03 Mar 2018

P - 5 over 8

The denominators are the same, so we are able to subtract the two, but since they are not like terms we leave it as p -5 over 8.

The denominators are the same, so we are able to subtract the two, but since they are not like terms we leave it as p -5 over 8.

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Answer updated on: 22 Feb 2018

6k + 2k squared

There are no like terms in this algebraic expression, therefore we can do nothing to simplify it.

There are no like terms in this algebraic expression, therefore we can do nothing to simplify it.

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Answer updated on: 01 Dec 2017

5y

When dividing, the algebraic expression is usually written as a fraction. In this case, we put 15y over 3 and find that it cancels to 5y.

When dividing, the algebraic expression is usually written as a fraction. In this case, we put 15y over 3 and find that it cancels to 5y.

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