# Simplestformanexpressionthatcontainsnoliketermsor

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Unformatted text preview: or 4(5 ­ 2) = 20 ­ 8 = 12 *Like Terms ­ Terms that contain the same variable(s) with the same powers. *Simplest Form ­ An expression that contains no like terms or parentheses. Algebra I 2 Chp. 1.4 ­ Distributive Property September 18, 2013 Examples: Ex. 1 ­ Use the Distributive Property a) 4(x + 3) b) ­2(x ­ 1) c) 2(x + 3y ­ 4) d) (x3 + 3x2 + x ­ 2)4 e) (2/3)(9x+15) f) 8 ­ 2(4 + y) Ex. 3 ­ Add like terms. a) 5c + c b) 7y + 2w c) 3x + 4 + 5x ­ 2 d) 4ax + 5xa e) 4x2 + 2x f) 7a + 5w + 6w ­ 2a ­ 4w + 3a Ex. 4 ­ Put in simplest form. 2 ­ y a) 4y2 + 7y + 3y 2 +6 ­ 2y b) (2w + 4w)5 c) 2m ­ 3(4m + 6) d) ­3(w + 1) + 2(3w + 4) Ex. 5­ Write an algebraic expression then simplify. a) Six times the sum of x and y increased by four times the difference of 5 times x and y. b) Four times the difference of f squared and g increased by the sum of f squared and two times g. Algebra I 3 Chp. 1.4 ­ Distributive Property September 18, 2013 Homework: p. 37 (#2­56 Evens, 60­63) Algebra I 4...
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