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Running head: MATH 222 WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT1Two-variable inequalities[Author Name(s), First M. Last, Omit Titles and Degrees][University]
MATH 222 WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT2Simplifying Algebraic ExpressionsThis paper explains the distributive property, and uses the property to simplify algebraic expressions. The distributive property is used to simplify expressions that have parantheses. A term is multipled with a quantity inside a paranthesis; using the distributive property, the paranthesis can be removed and simplified. For example, abc(d+e) would simplify out to abcd + abce. After the distributive property, more simplification processes can be used to fully simplify the expression. The following problems are simplified using the distributive property.Question 1– Original expression– Using distributive property, distributing 2a and 4– The terms are multiplied– The terms are simplified
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Spring
Professor
MichaelTulino
Tags
Algebra, The Distributive Property, Addition, Inequalities, Distributive Property, Elementary algebra

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