2SIMPLIFYING EXRESSIONSSometimes “real world” applications do not always apply. This week’s assignment characterizes three different equations. All of which use the distributive property to solve the equation. Using the distributive propertyremoves the parenthesis from the equation. By combining like terms, after removing the parenthesis, we can retrieve the simplifiedanswer. By using following each step and showing my work, you then would understand how to simplify expressions by using the distributive property.2a(a-5)+4(a-5)Distributive propertyremoves the parenthesis2a2-10a+4a-20 Combine like terms2a2-6a-20 Simplifieddue to no more like termsIn this equation the coefficient isthe 2 at the beginning of the equation. First you start with the coefficient and multiply 2a by both the (a-5), than you multiply the 4 by the same (a-5). By doing this first of distributive propertysets you up for the next part, combining like terms.