##### simplify by combining like terms

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4c-4d+8c-3d

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4c-4d+8c-3d

4c+8c=12c...............(a)

-4d-3d=-7d...............(b)

adding a and b we get

12c-7d

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can you help with another?

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inserting <, >, or =.

-1/3 () -2/5

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-1/3 > -2/5

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1.7 () 2.6

i put < is that correct?

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i sure will! how can i make a review?

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1.7 < 2.6...... yes thats correct

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alrighty, great! thanks.

okay one more and its short answer:/

In the following expression: the number of people p required to paint n square feet of wall in 24 hours, which set of numbers best describes the values of each variable?

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you make review during payment. just click the pay option you will see it.

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The number of people p is a natural number, while the number of square feet n is a rational number.

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thank you so much! what about simplify:

-l-13l?

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do you mean -1-13?

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no, sorry i dont have the lines on my computer so i used a lowercase L but its supposed to be like the two lines on each side. Kind of like ( ) <-- those but straight

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i still don't get it dear. i have a good tutorial with answers for this chapter. if you can click to my profile and ask me a question and put 1 dollar then i can send you the whole document. it will really help you. i use it on my students too.

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-|-13|.....and it asks to simplify that

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- x - = +

- x + = -

+ x + = +

i want to assist you with that tutorial and it will help you for practice and better understanding of this chapter.

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|-13| means absolute value of -13. and here you ignore the negative sign.
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i have all these questions and their answers so if your are willing you can tell me.

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