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How do you simplify 4+6(7x+7)

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learningangel

4+6(7x+7) = 4 + 42x + 42 = 42x + 46 hope it helps

makia

Alright!  To simplify 4 + 6(7x + 7), we must combine like terms. Right off the bat, we can see what we have to do thanks to the order of operations.  * original equation 4 + 6(7x + 7) * alright, so - since we can't do anything in the parenthesis, we now have to see what we can do multiplication wise. 4 + 42x + 42 * alright, so we could multiply the two 7's by 6, but now what? well, we can't do anything else to the 42x because of the variable, so we have to now add 4 and 46! and our simplified equation is... 42x + 46! =)

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