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OpenStudy (anonymous):

simplify the following expression 3y-2x+z-2x+3(x+y)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

you know you have to distribute that 3 into the parentheses first, once you do that post what you get and i will help you finish it

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ummm? wouldn't it be (3y-2x) wait i don't know! :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

how can it be 3y-2x? where did that two come from?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

3y-2x+z-2x+3x+3y = 6y-x+z

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Are you sure? It's a multiple choice worksheet . and It doesn't have 6y-x+z :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

And i don't know how i got 3y-2x :( lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I agree with Alisha on her answer, double check you choice

OpenStudy (anonymous):

check to see if its not just in a different form, possibly -x+6y+z

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what happened did you get that answer??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yeah i got it , thanks alot ! :D Alisha and Lagrange

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