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Hi pals, Im Doctor Cliff Swezey and this is Alex Macguayer, he is here today to talk about distributive property.
ok, first what is distributive property? distributive property lets you multiply a sum by multiplying each addend separately and then add the products
WOOW!!!, I kind of understand, but Alex may you give an example,please?
yes, for example: 8-4(y+1)=16 first you distribute -4 to y+1 8-4y-4=16
After this is done, you need to combine like terms 8 and -4 on the left side of the equation.
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