MAT 222 - Week 1 Individual Assignment - Running head MATH 222 WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT Two-variable inequalities[Author Name(s First M Last Omit Titles and

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Running head: MATH 222 WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT 1 Two-variable inequalities [Author Name(s), First M. Last, Omit Titles and Degrees] [University]
MATH 222 WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENT 2 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions This 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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